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Re: (ITS#3701) slaptest is too quiet
>> I think the fact that unknowd directives are simply ignored is a legacy
>> and cannot be removed without breaking too many things, but in fact an
> Wouldn't those things be very likely to be broken already? I cringe at the
> thought of a "legacy" ACL that's offering false security because it parses
> as an "ignored" line. Even if you do decide it's important for backwards
> compat in slapd, slaptest should complain.
I definitely agree. I suggest you change your ITS into "enforce strict
parsing of slapd.conf instead of ignoring unknown directives". We need to
make sure this will not break any functionality (I was not merely talking
about broken configurations).
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