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Re: Logging to syslog
Check the openldap admin guide, as well as a ton of recent mailing list entries for making changes to online configuration (stored inside /etc/openldap/slapd.d - normally - not to be edited by hand).
Chris Jacobs, Systems Administrator
Apollo Group | Apollo Marketing | Aptimus
2001 6th Ave Ste 3200 | Seattle, WA 98121
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To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Sent: Wed Feb 02 14:03:29 2011
Subject: Re: Logging to syslog
> Please reply to all (include the thread).
> If you lack a slapd.conf (or slapd.d) it sounds like you're NOT working on an ldap server, but rather a client.
> In that case, you'd check /var/log/security, etc - where the tools you're using log (like ssh, pam, etc).
> If there's a slapd.d dir, then you'd need to use ldapmodify to add the loglevel to your config.
> To get those logs to syslog, you'd need to add to syslog.conf:
> # Log Openldap stuff (ldap servers only)
> local4.* -/var/log/openldap
> - chris
No, it's an openldap server. On Ubuntu 10.10, the slapd.conf is no
longer installed/used, apparently.
I've already done:
To get those logs to syslog, you'd need to add to syslog.conf:
# Log Openldap stuff (ldap servers only)
But the idea to use ldapmodify sounds intersting and I will go checkon
how to do this now.
I very much appreciate your help.
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