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Re: cleaning house on ldap server?

my primary concern is to be able to most effectively audit the active configuration without having to sift through all the unused files, and in the process I hope to gain a better understanding of how all the files work and interact. namely, I plan to add sql accounting in later, and to foster my improved understanding I intend to move only the files I need in as I need them moved in.

On 1/16/2011 17:48, Chris Jacobs wrote:
Nope, it's not safe to assume that.  Some items are read at startup only, like the server cert.

A better test would be to restart after every move.

What's your goal here? Saving a few kb?

- chris

Chris Jacobs, Systems Administrator
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Subject: cleaning house on ldap server?

I've got a radius server up and running, and I want to clean up my
configuration as much as possible.  is it a safe assumption that if I
remove a file (actually move it out of the way) and attempt to
authenticate a client that if the client can successfully authenticate
that everything is working?  is it also safe to assume that any file
with no uncommented lines is also safe to remove?  I'm most interrested
in removing the SQL directories and all the unused modules in the
modules directory.

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