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Re: AIX as openldap client
Stef Coene <email@example.com> writes:
> On Wednesday 27 October 2010, Dieter Kluenter wrote:
>> Stef Coene <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> >> > Oct 26 20:44:12 ldap1 slapd: Entry
>> >> > (uid=xxx,ou=people,dc=xxx,dc=xxx), attribute 'shadowLastChange' not
>> >> > allowed
>> >> > Oct 26 20:44:12 ldap1 slapd: entry failed schema check:
>> >> > attribute 'shadowLastChange' not allowed
>> >> >
>> >> > Is this important?
>> >> Yes, because either nis.schema or rfc2307bis.schema are missing.
>> > I just reconfigured the openldap server and made sure nis and rfc2307bis
>> > are loaded. I created a test user with
>> You may load either nis.schema or rfc2307bis.schema, but not both. I
>> depends on your PAM requirements, which one to load.
> I created a rfc2307bis.ldif from the rfc2307bis.schema file.
> If I load the rfc2307bis.ldif without nis.ldif, I get an error:
> additional info: olcObjectClasses: AttributeType not found: "gecos"
> So I think rfc2305bis dependes on nis...
rfc2307bis.schema and nis.schema both provide attributetype gecos.
The only difference in fact is objectClass posixgroup, while
nis.schema declares this objectClass as structural, rfc2307bis.schema
declares this objectClass as auxiliary.
Dieter Klünter | Systemberatung
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