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Re: Accessing cn=config
Dave Horsfall wrote:
On Fri, 17 Feb 2006, William wrote:
I usually add a database in slapd.conf file :
The rootdn already defaults to cn=config, no need to specify it explicitly.
search : ldapsearch -w secret -x -D cn=config -b cn=config
Thanks - that did the trick. It doesn't show up in GQ, but that's likely
to be a GQ problem.
Related question: as a test, I changed olcConnMaxPending in cn=config, and
although I was able to see the change, it was not stored in
slapd.d/cn=config.ldif (not even when I shut down the server). Does
something else need to be done?
Make sure you started slapd without any -f option, and with -F (or with
slapd.d in the default location). The cn=config tree is always present,
but if you started slapd using a slapd.conf file then no changes are saved.
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