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Re: RES: RES: log fields

Gustavo Mendes de Carvalho wrote:
Hi Buchan,

Is this really necessary? The fields seem relatively self-apparent:

I really have to agree with you. Most fields are self-apparent.

  >  Jan 10 11:50:26 ldap01 slapd[10819]: conn=1702 op=35 SEARCH RESULT
  >  tag=101 err=0 nentries=1 text=
  >  Jan 10 12:28:13 ldap01 slapd[10819]: conn=1702 op=36 UNBIND Jan 10
  >  12:28:13 ldap01 slapd[10819]: conn=1702 fd=21 closed

What else do you need, and what for?

What I really looking for is some description that can help me to create some report from ldap.log file describing in details who (user) has logged in (host) in which date and if this user had success in this login. I am looking some information that can describe how many time this user typed some wrong password amd when he changed his password.

I found some information decribing wrong and correct password
- conn=1 RESULT tag=97 err=49 text= ->  wrong passwd
- conn=1 RESULT tag=97 err=0 text=  ->  correct passwd
But and what about other 48 error codes ? What they does mean it ?

The error codes are a closely guarded secret, and you need a special secret decoder ring to decipher them.

Or you can just look in doc/rfc/rfc4511.txt in the source tree.
Or http://ietf.org/rfc/rfc4511.txt

And probably a few million other places besides.

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