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Re: How does slapd get "secret" for a DN?

ctosgh wrote:
As section 15.2.3 in  said
"The server's copy of the shared-secret may be stored in Cyrus SASL's
own _sasldb_ database, in an external system accessed via _saslauthd_,
or in LDAP database itself"

How does slapd know where the secret is stored? Does slapd try each
place in a predefined sequence?

Slapd just asks SASL.  You configure Cyrus SASL to know where it is,
instead of configuring slapd.