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> LDAP_DEBUG_CONFIG logging may be very verbose and hide warnings like the
> ones slapd used to return when ignoring directives.  I think slaptest

I'm inclined to agree. Merely defaulting to LDAP_DEBUG_CONFIG would
clutter slaptest with, essentially, cat slapd.conf. Somehow (whether it
be changing to DEBUG_ANY or otherwise) "important" messages like
'(ignored)'/unknowns/etc. need to make it in more readily without the
confusion of dumping parse details.