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Re: cn=config slapcat core

--On Friday, June 24, 2005 12:49 PM -0400 Dusty Doris <openldap@mail.doris.cc> wrote:

I have just done a fresh install of openldap 2.3.4 on freebsd 5.4.  I am
now trying to understand the new cn=config setup.  Anyway, I couldn't
figure out how to search the cn=config base, kept getting insufficient
access errors although in my frontend ACL I had the default * by * read.

So I ran a slapcat -b cn=config just to see what it looked like in the
directory, figured out later I could have read the slapd.d files.
However, when running slapcat, I got a slapd core.  Is this a known issue
or even an issue?

cn=config is already in LDIF format. All you need to do is look at the contents of the slapd.d directory.

As for coring slapd, I would file an ITS.


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