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Re: Multiple organization

On Monday 05 February 2007 11:16, Arnaud Fileux wrote:
> Dear ldapadmin
> I have to build a tree like:
> o=abc,c=fr and o=dfg,c=fr and o=ghi,c=fr on the same level
> OpenLDAP refuse:   additional info: no global superior knowledge

Well, one database can hold one suffix.

So, to hold these DNs, you have to choose the most shallow common dn, which is 

Alternatively, you can have separate databases, one for each suffix.

The final option is to use a different base dn for your database, which will 
be common to all of your organisations.

Which solution you use will depend on aspects like replication, index settings 
and possibly ACLs.


Buchan Milne
ISP Systems Specialist - Monitoring/Authentication Team Leader

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