[Date Prev][Date Next]
Re: cn=config configuration method
On 11-07-26 8:04 AM, Giles Coochey wrote:
What I found out about Redhat cn=config is every time you
ldadadd/ldapmodify to the database, it automatically updates the
relevant ldif on filesystem. Editing .ldif files and restart openldap
still works but you will get flamed here :)
I'm trying to get my head round configuring OpenLDAP 2.4 until Centos 6.
So much documentation refers to slapd.conf
Under Centos 6, it appears that cn=config is in use.
So is reconfiguring OpenLDAP simply a case of editing the .ldif files in
Or should I be modifying the directory to reconfigure - presumably by some
combination of slapadd etc...