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Re: Many 'Can't contact LDAP server' errors
I think it's far more likely that red hat would attempt to sell
support for their own directory server that they were trying to push
at a conference recently. :)
If you're getting errors in sendmail and not in ldapsearches, I would
say this sounds more like a sendmail problem than an ldap problem.
A way to prove your ldap server is okay can be done in a crontab, or
any other type of monitoring system. It's possible that your sendmail
is timing out because those four servers do non-cached lookups, and
the others do cached lookups. Or.. whatever. Try increasing logging.
On 6/20/05, Kurt D. Zeilenga <Kurt@openldap.org> wrote:
> At 11:58 AM 6/20/2005, John Duino wrote:
> >I whole-heartedly agree and have voiced my concerns about being forced
> >(by my management) to use a 'supported' Linux version (which has caused
> >me more grief than 'support'...but I digress).
> If your management thinks your Linux distributor supports
> OpenLDAP Software as part of their Linux offerrings, then maybe
> you should be contacting your Linux distributor for support
> of OpenLDAP Software.