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delete objet after restore from another infrastructure


Hello,

i need to test an edirectory upgrade scenario. So I have backuped my
existing datas from my eDirectory server name A and i have restored it
to my new infrastructure eDirectory server name B. After the restore
operation i visualize the eDirectory A object in my new infrastructure.

I would like to delete pointless objects like eDirectory server name A.


What is the best way of going on ?

Best regards


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Re: delete objet after restore from another infrastructure

On 09/11/2015 03:34 AM, robert maury wrote:
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> i need to test an edirectory upgrade scenario. So I have backuped my
> existing datas from my eDirectory server name A and i have restored it
> to my new infrastructure eDirectory server name B. After the restore
> operation i visualize the eDirectory A object in my new infrastructure.
>
> I would like to delete pointless objects like eDirectory server name A.


The 'A' object in your tree is the logical server that has been restored.
If you delete it, you will likely break your new server unrecoverably.
If you want to rename that object from A to B then that's probably okay,
but that object, from your described steps, is the one linked to the only
running instance of eDirectory in your (hopefully isolated from
production) test environment.

You can delete all of your other servers' objects, as those are not in
this environment. As mentioned above parenthetically, this environment
should be isolated from the production environment, meaning no packets can
flow between the two (firewalls, routers, air gaps, etc.).

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