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RE: '/etc/init.d/ldap start' vs. 'slapd'
Thanks, that helped me solve it! I have no /etc/sysconfig/openldap file...
so that was not it. But in the /etc/init.d/ldap file I saw that slapd is
started with the parameter '-u ldap', which starts it with the user ldap.
When I used that parameter to start it on the commandline with debugging
info turned on, it said permission denied on the database files
(/var/lib/ldap/*). Permissions changed, and everything runs smooth now..
thanks muchly for the hints!!
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> [mailto:owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org]Namens M Butcher
> Verzonden: dinsdag 10 juni 2003 18:27
> Aan: tom de puysseleyr
> CC: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> Onderwerp: Re: '/etc/init.d/ldap start' vs. 'slapd'
> There are a couple of things you can check. Red Hat stores some extra
> command line options in /etc/sysconfig/openldap. They may be causing
> problems. Also, you will probably want to read the /etc/init.d/ldap
> script and understand what it is doing. It also has some command line
> options set in there, and they too may be causing problems.
> As for logging, creating a syslog facility for local4 (/etc/syslog.conf,
> i think) will direct syslog to print the LDAP error messages somewhere.
> On Tue, 2003-06-10 at 08:13, tom de puysseleyr wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I'm currently in the progress of trying to get openldap to
> work. Actually,
> > it does what it has to do when I start the process on the
> command line, like
> > 'slapd' or 'slapd -d 5'. I can use ldapsearch to see if I get
> results, and
> > Outlook uses it without problems too. But when I start it with
> the startup
> > script, 'like /etc/init.d/ldap start', I get not a single result with
> > ldapsearch, only '32 No such object'. Also, I tried adding some
> logging in
> > slapd.conf to see if it gives me some more info in syslog (with
> the loglevel
> > option), but that doesn't seem to do anything, I only see the lines
> > 'started' and 'stopped' in syslog. I'm sure it uses the right
> > because when I delete it, it complains :-) Any suggestion
> anyone? Thanks in
> > advance!
> > BTW: I'm using redhat 7.2 with openldap 2.0.23
> > Greetings,
> > Tom De Puysseleyr
> M Butcher <firstname.lastname@example.org>