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They are not there by default!  Edit /etc/syslog.conf and add this line :

local4.*	/var/log/slapd.log

Then restart syslog - 'service syslog restart'. Then restart ldap 'service ldap restart'. You should see the log file in /var/log (or where ever you want it). You can set the loglevel in the /var/log/slapd.conf to whichever level you need.

Hope that helps,


Aravind Arjunan wrote:
I had configured openldap 2.3 in RHEL 5 operating system.
I had configured in master/slave.
I want where can i fing the ldap logs.
i had tried in /var/log/messages, but no logs were generating there.
plz guide me where to find the ldap logs.

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