Again, I'm sorry if I am being pedantic and you already know all of.
Jul 13, Remove the server from the tree: ndsconfig rm -a cn=admin.o=company NOTE: There is no need to stop the ndsd service as ndsconfig will do it for you Use ConsoleOne or iManager to remove any remaining server related objects (average server will have somewhere around 12).Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.
Jemma X The server is dead so I can't run anything from the OES Linux server. > Hi Novell Community, > > How can one safely remove a OES Linux server from a NW tree without > damaging the tree? Is it a matter of deleting the objects in consoleone?
> > Thanks. > > Jemma > X On Fri, +, Jemma_Noor wrote: > The server is. Apr 03, Unfortunately, Google isn't carrying shrubremoval.bar-enterprise-server. so I'm unable to search efficiently. Can anyone provide a pointer for removing an OES Linux from my tree? Thanks, Brian Well, I don't know if this was the correct procedure, BUT: I uninstalled all of the novell- packages on the OES Linux serv.
I could be misinterpreting you though.
Use iManager to delete all the objects from the eDirectory tree. Stop the ndsd daemon: rcndsd stop. or. systemctl stop shrubremoval.bare. Delete the eDirectory configuration file and eDirectory instance file.: rm -f /etc/opt/novell/eDirectory/conf/shrubremoval.bar rm -f /etc/opt/novell/eDirectory/conf/.edir/instances Delete the eDirectory database.
Apr 27, Click on Object }| Delete. This will remove the server from the tables on each server in the tree, containing server names and IPX addresses, as well as remote NDS. It will also remove the server from the replica rings, then come back to delete the server object.
Unfortunately, Google isn't carrying novell.
Apr 27, On the every server in the tree - type. /opt/novell/eDirectory/bin/ndsrepair -P -Ad. Select the partition. Option - 10 or view replica ring. if the crashed server still exists - select it and go to the option remove server from the replica ring. The Novell client is sometimes able to find the tree, sometimes not. The site's subnet is connected over a VPN and firewall to the corporate network where the SLPDA's and eDirectory servers exist.
To try and get this working we have even manually set the SLPDA's on the client but it.