What is the least obtrusive means of migrating a large number

Mads Kiilerich mads at kiilerich.com
Sun May 3 20:14:43 EDT 2015

On 05/04/2015 01:21 AM, Todd Morgan wrote:
> Let me ask a different question then :-) (as CROWD and LDAP are both acceptable options for me as they represent the same information - crowd is just easier to setup and limit its scope).

Note: There is no evidence that Crowd is causing any problems and it 
might be premature to switch to LDAP.

> If I connect up an LDAP to authenticate against Kallithea what is the end user experience for the following when the user only exists with LDAP:
> - user trying to pull from an authenticated repo (ie one they already have from an old system with the same URL)? Will it just pull the changes? What about a push?


> - user hitting the main Kallithea URL for the first time?
> -- will they have to register? Will they merely have to enter their old credentials (from LDAP) and it will work?

Nothing special.
The LDAP information will be propagated to the database when the user 
logs in.

But give LDAP a try ... and then try Crowd again before you make your 


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