On Thursday 28 July 2011 16:35:25 you wrote: > /etc/init.d/slapd stop > cd /etc/openldap > rm -Rf slapd.d > mkdir slapd.d > slaptest -f slapd.conf -F slapd.d > chown -R ldap:ldap slapd.d > /etc/init.d/slapd start > > I know it beats the object of being able to make runtime changes to > cn=config, but with lack of readable documentation, and the fact that I'm > in test mode only, trying to learn OpenLDAP, this is the way I do it. Great idea, so let's try to manage it like that... But my critism on the whole thing is, that -it seems- the new config system is cn=config, and it is so poor documented. There are so less howtos and other stuff in the web using cn=config. One of my problems are to get the replication (n-way multi master with sasl and kerberos auth) working with the new configuration system, but I found none else having a configuration like mine. regards Andreas -- ========================================================================= _____________ / ___________/ Andreas Laesser / //_// /____/ Signal Proc.& Speech Communication Lab. __/ /___/ / __ Graz University of Technology /___//____//__ Inffeldgasse 12 | A-8010 Graz | Austria http://www.spsc.tugraz.at Tel: +43 (0)316 873 -4443 Fax: DW 104439 =========================================================================
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