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Re: ldapi:/// Unix & domain socket usage

On Tue, Jul 03, 2001 at 04:21:51PM -0400, Eric T. Blue wrote:
> Hmmm... this is really strange.  Whenever I was looking at this earlier
> today, the path abolutely was /tmp/389.  Now, after  a few reconfigures, the
> path is in fact /tmp/.ldapi_sock.

Perhaps you accidently told it to listen to ldapi://389/? (forgot what
this code looks like, but that might change the file used for the

> Regarding Ben's reply: Then, is there nothing else special that is required?
> Does searching via a URL just provide a layer of abstraction to the client?

Yes, the library decodes the URI, same for ldaps:// URI's.


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