Uninitializing an LDAP client means restoring the client name service to its status prior to the last time the ldapclient command was issued with the init, modify, or manual options. In other words, the –uninit option of the command cancels the last changes caused by the other options of the ldapclient command. For example, if the client was configured to use profile1 and was then changed to use profile2, using ldapclient uninit would cause the client to revert to using profile1.
You use the ldapclient command to uninitialize an LDAP client.
# ldapclient uninit System successfully recovered.