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Re: (ITS#5805) Problem when modifying access control

emmanuel.duru@atosorigin.com wrote:
>> Emmanuel Duru wrote:
>>> I wouldn't say that it is harmless.
>> I'm not saying your problem is harmless.  I'm saying that having a
>> rootdn of cn=config that is not within cn=config but with the rootpw is
>> a violation of slapd's configuration rules (when the rootdn is not
>> within the naming context, it cannot have a rootpw set).
> But I don't.
> My rootdn is cn=manager,c=fr which is a real entry in the c=fr database
> (bdb) with the password in the entry and no rootpw neither in c=fr nor in
> cn=config.

You do, since you modify the configuration using the cn=config rootdn in 
order to modify itself, and set it to cn=manager,c=fr.  So in the first 
place you had a rootdn in cn=config, with a rootpw.  And the 
modification you posted did not remove the rootpw.


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