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slapd/slurpd file security

Users of slapd/slurpd should note that many files (including
replication, log, and temporary files) may contain sensitive
information and hence should be kept in directories with
limited read/write/execute access.  You may, in addition,
want to modify startup scripts of slapd and slurpd to use
umask(1) to change the default file creation mask prior
to start up.