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Re: Question about logs
>> Maybe something's wrong with my OpenLDAP? It's permanently logging
>> something like this:I
>> Feb 10 08:57:33 openldap slapd: conn=1 op=1659 SRCH
>> base="dc=80prozent,dc=net" scope=2 deref=0
>> Feb 10 08:57:33 openldap slapd: conn=1 op=1659 SRCH attr=uid
>> userPassword uidNumber gidNumber cn homeDirectory loginShell gecos
>> description objectClass
>> Feb 10 08:57:33 openldap slapd: conn=1 op=1659 SEARCH RESULT
>> tag=101 err=0 nentries=1 text=
>Looks to me like you have some unix box continually looking up information
>in your LDAP server. I suggest you find the initial connection line, and
>get the IP and track it down.
I get the same thing. For me, it's because I have a bunch of systems
using the LDAP server for NSS information as well as PAM authentication.
My guess is the client machine is set up to get gid and uid information
from the server and every time someone issues a shell command some nss
calls get made.
Eric Irrgang - UT Austin ITS Unix Systems - (512)475-9342