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same users / groups in different openldap instances
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- Subject: same users / groups in different openldap instances
- From: Bernhard Dübi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 4 Sep 2011 09:41:05 +0200
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I'm new to openldap and I don't know if this is the right place to ask. If not, please direct me to the correct tool. Thanks
I have a openldap instance for unix / Linux users with Kerberos integration. Now I need an LDAP server for Oracle Names (or what ever the correct term is for that service). In a book I read that it is not a good idea to have multiple databases in the same openldap instance. So I decided to create a new instance of openldap. The unix directory has the base dn="dc=unix,dc=mycorp,dc=org". The oracle directory has the base dn="dc=oracle,dc=mycorp,dc=org".
Now my problem is, I want to allow a group of people from my unix directory to update the oracle directory. Is that possible?
If yes, how?
if no, what is best practice to implement such a problem?