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backends LDAP and META
- To: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
- Subject: backends LDAP and META
- From: Forrest Gump <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 9 Sep 2005 16:40:41 -0300 (ART)
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does anybody is working with the meta backend??
i am having a problem with it... i have two servers, they are partitions and share parts of the
same tree, i am trying to grant rights for a group in one partition so its members can access it
but, it only works when i use the LDAP backend, i am trying to configure the META backend to work
the same way but i'm not having success...
the partitions DNs are "dc=br" and "ou=subPar,dc=br"
the configuration with the LDAP backend on the partition "ou=subPar,dc=br" is like the following:
and the META configuration on the same machine is:
(is doesn't works)
can anybody tells me what i am doing wrong???
i mean, i've followed the man pages, the slapd made it to execute, the search on the
"ou=subPar,dc=br" shows every object in "dc=br" but... the only problem is with the ACL check...
thanks for helping!!!! :P
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