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Re: Updatedn questions
Andrew Findlay wrote:
> > > You don't need to do that. updatedn is 'special' in the same way that
> > > rootdn is special: it can do anything at all to the backend under its
> > > control.
Hey, you're right! I didn't change my ACLs and the update succeeded.
> > If this is true, then the Admin Guide needs to be updated.
Would anyone like to take care of this?
> > >From the 2.0 Admin Guide:
> > 10.4.2. Set up the slave slapd
> > ...
> > 4.Make sure the DN given in the updatedn directive has permission to
> > write the database (e.g., it is listed as rootdn or is
> > allowed access by one or more access directives).