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Re: ldap_search: LDAP Adminstration Limit Error

Before posting here I had already tried that..... :) But the settings were not working...Before making the changes in the file I even stopped the service, made the changes and then restarted the service...still setting was not working....

Yesterday I found a path to set the same setting through GUI...Made the required setting and restarted the service and it worked like a breeze...PFA screenshot....

So it could be a bug that settings if made through file 'dse.ldif' don't work as expected...and you are left with only option to use GUI


On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 2:19 AM, Olivier Rademakers <rademakers@channelopen.org> wrote:
Parag Kalra wrote:
> Unfortunately, I don't have that option. I can use only 'ldapsearch'
> I want to know the configuration setting to be put in place on Server
> which would remove the limit.
> Cheers,
> Parag
This should help, but this is not the place ;-)


> On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 1:03 AM, Adam Tauno Williams
> <awilliam@opengroupware.us <mailto:awilliam@opengroupware.us>> wrote:
>     On Fri, 2009-10-16 at 00:31 +0530, Parag Kalra wrote:
>     > Hello Friends,
>     > I am using a 'ldapsearch' command from Ubuntu machine to fetch
>     entries
>     > from SunOne directory server hosted on Windows machine.
>     > I am able to retrieve the records but not all. At one stage it
>     aborts
>     > abruptly and throws following error -
>     > ldap_search: LDAP Adminstration Limit Error
>     > Any pointers on what this error is all about and how can I get
>     rid of
>     > it?
>     The number of results exceed the configured limit for a request. (?)
>     Write a script in Python, or something like it, with LDAP support
>     so you
>     can page the request.
>     Maybe ldapsearch can page for you?  I don't recall.

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