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Re: Weird behavior

On Tue, 1 Apr 2008, Rick Stevens wrote:
However, that's not the issue right now.  This machine won't start LDAP
unless I remove the "ldap" part from the "group" line of

Won't start:
	group:      files ldap

Do you start slapd with the -g option specifying a group that it should run as? Is that group defined in the /etc/group file? (If "no" for the latter, just how did you expect it to get the gid to run as?)

There are no log messages indicating a problem.  slapd simply won't

You mean it exits? Or does it hang? Have you tried starting it with the option "-d255"?

Philip Guenther