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Re: group access "write" in OpenLDAP 2.1.4

fre, 2002-09-13 kl. 11:44 skrev Michiko Nagara:

> thank you for your advice, but I have some troubles, yet.

> > You haven't said whether you've made a record for Fred Bloggs, but I
> > presume you have.

> Yes. I have created a record for fred blogs.

> And now, I have created a new record for michiko nagara.
> cn=michiko nagara,dc=example,dc=com

> > This is the relevant line from my ACL, it works :-) This is on a single
> > line:

> > by group="cn=peoplemanagers,ou=groups,dc=billy,dc=demon,dc=nl"
> > dnattr=member write

> I have changed my acl to the following.
> access to *
>        by group="cn=administrators,dc=example,dc=com" dnattr=member write  
>        by * auth

> I tried to modify dn "cn=fred blogs,dc=example,dc=com",
> I got a error mesage:
> ldap_modify: Insufficient access (50)

Try adding 'by dn="cn=michiko nagara,dc=example,dc=com" write' to that
ACL and try modifying as user michiko nagara. Then you have something to
compare to.

Do *not* try do modify 'dn="cn=fred blogs,dc=example,dc=com"', by the
way; modify some other attribute, or that DN will "disappear".

Errrm ... You are stopping and starting slapd each time you change an
ACL, are you not?

> And I tried to modify dn "cn=michiko nagara,dc=example,dc=com",
> I got the same error message.

> > Well, it works for me (with 2.1.4 /Berkeley 4.0.14). So, have you
> > indexed objectclass in slapd.conf (eq,pres), and have you run slapindex
> > (don't forget that the indices in the DB directory have to be able to be
> > read by the slapd user).

> I  have indexed objectclass in slapd.conf:
> index  objectClass  pres,eq
> and run slapindex.

> Then, I tried to search filter "(objectclass=*)", but I got
> no entries.

Are you using the right base in ldapsearch? You don't have to give a
base, as long as the HOST/BASE combination in /etc/ldap.conf is correct,
and BASE in that file matches SUFFIX in slapd.conf; otherwise you have
to specify the base in ldapsearch (man ldapsearch).

After all, as I said, it works for me, so why shouldn't it work for you?




Tony Earnshaw

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