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Re: cn=config and ACL formatting

Victor Mataré <matare@lih.rwth-aachen.de> writes:

> Hi everyone,
> I just switched our servers from slapd.conf to cn=config in slapd.d,
> and I'm a bit annoyed with my ACLs now. The problem is that olcAccess
> attributes tend to be somewhat lengthy and I'd really appreciate some
> newlines in them, but slapd seems to eat those. Is there any way to
> tell the server to preserve the newlines in attribute values, or maybe
> use some other character that causes a line break?  Of course I might
> edit the files in /etc/slapd.d, but then the whole cn=config thingy
> becomes pointless, doesn't it?

An access rule is the value of the attribute type olcAccess, thus the
rule has to be treated according to value specifications of LDIF


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