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Re: Installation openLDAP in Debian

On 28/04/2011 12:00, Hallvard B Furuseth wrote:
Olivier Guillard writes:
How to survive in operational environnement without comments
in files ( nor a way to track change logs btw ) ?

I suppose you could put slapd.d/ under version control.  After making
a change or a set of changes, commit your modified slapd.d/ with your
comments in the commit message.  Or put comments in other files under
slapd.d/.  If these filenames do not resemble DNs, e.g. have filetype
.txt and no '=' in them, they won't clash with cn=config's filenames.
I haven't tried how cumbersome this is/isn't in practice though.

Apart the fact we were told not to touch slapd.d, this will raise complexity (adding a VCS, finding a way to relate commens to contens, and so on).

So now I need more logic, more programs, when I can do everything with just an editor and some text when having a file.

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