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Re: OpenLDAP Server version differences?
On Friday 01 June 2007 16:45, you wrote:
> You make the ldap.conf setup? If you donÂt setup this file, you donÂt have
> results. Only if you put your BASE and HOST at ldap.conf.
Thanks for the quick resonse!
Yes, the ldap.conf are ok. base and host are set.
I do have contact with both OpenLDAP servers and both are returning results,
only the results are different. (See original post below).
> On 6/1/07, Mikael Bak <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi list,
> > I'm new here. This is my first post on this list. I'm sort of new to LDAP
> > as
> > well.
> > I have searched google for an answer to my problem that really puzzles
> > me. I'd
> > appreciate any pointers.
> > I have installed OpenLDAP server on two different server platforms:
> > Server1:
> > OS: Tinysofa classic server (Linux kernel 2.6.16)
> > OpenLDAP version: 2.1.30 (rpm bundled with distribution)
> > Server2:
> > OS: FreeBSD 6.2
> > OpenLDAP version: 2.3.35 (installed from ports)
> > I have made a simple address book and added the same LDIF file to both
> > servers
> > with the ldapadd command.
> > Looking at the address books from Thunderbird whey look the same but
> > still they behave a bit differently.
> > The address book on Server1 lists all the entries in the address book
> > when no
> > search criteria is given (other than objectClass=*).
> > The address book on Server2 lists NO entries for the same search
> > criteria!
> > When giving search criteria like (mail=*bo*) and so on gives the same
> > results
> > from both servers.
> > What configurations parameters can I change on the OpenLDAP server in
> > order to
> > control this behavior?
> > I can post LDIF files and configuration files on request.
> > TIA,
> > Mikael Bak
> > Budapest, Hungary