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I'm trying to add some data to the ldap directory, but i get the following error.

sudo slapadd < ldapdata.txt
slap_sasl_init: auxprop add plugin failed
slapadd: slap_init failed!

Where is the problem ?

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When asking questions please paste the version of the software in question (in this case, the output of slapd -V); also, run the command with a "debug" or "verbose" switch (if it has one) and paste the output here (in this case, the output of sudo slapadd -v < ldapdata.txt. – xiaq Jul 28 '12 at 11:11
    
Also, most of the time you will want to use ldapadd instead of slapadd. ldapadd talks the standard LDAP protocol and operates on any LDAP server, while slapadd uses an OpenLDAP-specific IPC protocol to communicate with OpenLDAP only. Generally slapadd is only used for debugging purpose since it exposes more OpenLDAP internals. – xiaq Jul 28 '12 at 11:11
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Judging from the error message, it seems the problem is during some internal initialization process, having not much to do with slapadd (ie. I guess you will get the same error with just slaptest). And according to here, you might have to install a newer version of OpenLDAP.

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I gave up using the original ldap from osx and installed a new one from macports. Also I managed to make it work. – aphex Aug 2 '12 at 8:05

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