Le 4 juin 08 à 10:49, Hallvard B Furuseth a écrit :
I am having some difficulty setting up the ACLs on my OpenLDAP server
(2.4.8). No matter what I change, the ACL rules I write into my
slapd.conf file seem to have no effect at all.
Have you stopped and restarted slapd? Only then do slapd.conf changes
Of course I've restarted slapd.
Which client command are you using, how do you expect it to behave,
and how does it actually behave?
At the moment, I just want the user to be able to change his password. When I run this command:
slapacl -D "uid=ndmckinney,ou=accounts,o=example.com,dc=example,dc=com" -b "uid=ndmckinney,ou=accounts,o=example.com,dc=example,dc=com"
The relevant result is: userPassword=****: read(=rscxd)
I am expecting to it to return (=xw). Futher, when I check the log (loglevel 128), it reports "access_allowed: backend default write access denied to "uid=ndmckinney,ou=accounts,o=example.com,dc=example,dc=com"
As well as another to try to block Anonymous binds:
Hmph, that's misleading. That doesn't block anonymous Bind, it blocks
anonymously bound (or unbound) connections from accessing the directory.
And without a userPassword acl above it, it also blocks users from
Binding:-) See also the 'disallow' directive.
Perhaps I misunderstand the FAQ. Wouldn't this prevent the anonymous from seeing anything? I'll look into the 'disallow' directive as well, but right now I'm more interested in making sure my ACLs work at all.
But neither seem to have any effect at all. My present slapd.conf
ACLs are as follows:
No other acls? Do they occur in a database definition or above
the database definitions?
No other ACLs. I double-checked to make sure there wasn't anything hidden above the database definition.
access to attrs=userPassword
by self =xw
by anonymous auth
# allow only rootdn to read the monitor
The monitor? Then this one is presumably below 'database monitor' in
access to *
by self write
by anonymous none
by users read
Yes. These two were in the order found in my slapd.conf file, and both are below "database monitor"