cbulist wrote: > I would like to do a search using ldapsearh in order to get the last > gidNumber/uidNumber assigned. "Last" depends on the way you assign numbers. You could randomly generate ID numbers. But you probably asked how to determine the highest stored ID. An interesting approach was proposed by Kurt to use the server-side-sorting control to let the server return LDAP results in reverse order and use searchlimit=1. Of course your server has to support that control. The caveat is that you cannot (re-)assign IDs if you have some gaps. It works good when you have continously assigned IDs. Don't forget to use slapo-unique to enforce unique IDs within the LDAP server. Ciao, Michael.
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