I've been installing some new OES2SP2 servers into our existing tree and I have been having all sorts of problems with getting LUM working. Every time that I go through the OES install I get the 'Unable to add/modify 'admingroup/admin' ' error message during the LUM setup.

Now, after I've got the server up and running I've done/checked the following:

1. I've made sure that cn=admin,o=myorg and cn=admingroup,o=myorg are LUM enabled
2. I've made sure that the CN and UID of cn=admin,o=myorg are the same
3. I've made sure that /etc/nam.conf on the server is pointing to a proper LDAP server.
4. I've tried manually running the commands that were in /var/log/YaST2/y2log:

The namconfig command:
Code:
 #namconfig add -a "cn=admin,o=myorg" -w "ou=servercontainer,o=myorg" -r "o=myorg" -S LDAPserverIP:389 -l 636
Enter the admin(cn=admin,o=myorg) password:

namconfig.getSchemaName: schema name = cn=schema
NAM Schema is extended successfully.
uidNumber and gidNumber attribute indices already exist in the LDAP server
Creating the Unix Config object... already exists
Creating the Unix Workstation object... already exists
Adding the workstation context...done.
Stopping the service 'namcd'...done.
Stopping the service 'nscd'...done.
Starting the service 'namcd'... Done.
Starting the service 'nscd'... Done.
Configure done successfully.
The namgroupadd command (This is where I think I'm running into trouble)
Code:
 # namgroupadd -a 'cn=admin,o=myorg' -x 'o=myorg' -W OESERVER admingroup
Enter admin password:
Type or value exists
The namgroupmod command (I think I get this error due to the above failing)
Code:
 # namgroupmod -a 'cn=admin,o=myorg' -W OESSERVER 'cn=admingroup,o=myorg'
Enter admin password:
Not a unix group
5. When trying to see if admin is LUM enabled it seems that the server can't see that it is
Code:
# id admin
id: admin: No such user
6. I've checked /etc/group and there is no admingroup entry
7. I also didn't get eDirectory objects created for www,wwwrun,novlxtier,novxregd,novlxsrvd. However, there are local accounts/groups created on the OES server itself. I'm assuming that this is just fallout from LUM not working properly. Also, NSS is installed and working properly on these servers.
8. Below is the result of 'namconfig get'

Code:
base-name=o=myorg
user-context=
group-context=
admin-fdn=cn=admin,o=myorg
proxy-user-fdn=
proxy-user-pwd=
alternative-ldap-server-list=
preferred-server=LDAPServerIP
num-threads=10 [default: '10']
schema=rfc2307
enable-persistent-cache=yes
user-hash-size=211 [default: '211']
group-hash-size=211 [default: '211']
persistent-cache-refresh-period=28800 [default: '28800']
persistent-cache-refresh-flag=all
create-home=yes
enable-boma=no
type-of-authentication=2 [default: '1']
certificate-file-type=der
ldap-ssl-port=636 [default: '636']
ldap-port=389 [default: '389']
support-alias-name=no
support-outside-base-context=yes
cache-only=no
persistent-search=yes
case-sensitive=no
convert-lowercase=no
I've tried restarting namcd and refreshing the namcd cache with 'namconfig cache_refresh' but I'm still having no luck.

Does anyone have any suggestions?