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Re: Install CA Certificate


Can you show your slapd.conf? Your client side configuration looks ok.
But have you said to slapd where are the certs?


Francisco Saito

On 10/12/06, Aaron Richton <richton@nbcs.rutgers.edu> wrote:
> Where do I need to put a CA certificate so that Openldap can find it
> properly?  I have openldap version 2.3.27 that was compiled using
> openssl support on a Solaris 10 machine.  Trying to do secure LDAP
> transactions with ldapsearch results in
> SSL initialization failed: error -8192 (An I/O error occurred during
> security authorization.)

I'd try "-d -1" to see what the client is thinking, or possibly truss to
see if you and it are disagreeing as to the location of ldap.conf, and (if
ldap.conf is getting opened properly) to see if the open() on the CACERT
is working.

With that said, I don't think I've ever seen a message like that from
OpenLDAP ldapsearch(1). Are you sure you aren't running Solaris 10's
/usr/bin/ldapsearch instead?