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How can export all FreeIPA users to a csv file?

  • none that I know of, but quite simple to roll your own with some basic scripting. – natxo asenjo Jul 6 '18 at 20:07
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    indeed, two minutes with a shell in a host with the ipa-admin tools installed: ipa user-find | grep login | awk ' {print $NF}' | awk '{printf "%s,",$0} END {print ""}' and I get a comma separated listi of user names. Dumping this to a file and retrieving more than 100 records will be left as an exercise for the reader ;-) – natxo asenjo Jul 6 '18 at 20:17
  • but using Apache Directory Studio (a ldap browser) you can do just that, Select the part of the tree you need, and export it to csv, it works – natxo asenjo Jul 6 '18 at 20:42
  • @natxoasenjo Thanks for your update. I tried same way but I am missing something. I want show in like First Name, Last Name, Email, Mobile. format. – sanjayparmar Jul 8 '18 at 11:11
  • if you try with- ipa user-find --all | grep -E "First|Last|Email" you will get result like. First name: test1 Last name: test2 Email address: test21@ipa.example.com this need to be in CSV format – sanjayparmar Jul 8 '18 at 11:14
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This command worked for me:

ipa user-find --all | grep -E "User Login|First|Last|UID|Email" > IPA_RAW.txt

after that, use this perl line to convert the format:

perl -ne 'chomp; print $_ . (($. % 8) ? "," : "\n")' IPA_RAW.txt | awk "Add your filters here" > users-list.csv

thanks

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