But are you sure the uuid is the same? The error message clearly states there's no such DN so I'd be looking at that (search the line in ccmadmin and note its uuid).. or look up the uuid (the field is called pkid in the database) from the numplan table.. if there's no entry, the line definitely does not exist.
Hehe.. yes that's the thing with Linux. Plus, all table names are now all lowercase so if you were doing the correct thing in CCM4 and wrote table and field names to match the notation in the database, you can go over your sql queries again when you move up to ccm5 or higher.
On the plus side, it's a one time deal .. there's no change between ccm5 and ccm6 (and I suspect ccm7 either).
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