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Re: cn=monitor issues.
--On Thursday, July 25, 2013 9:44 AM -0500 MÃnico BriseÃo
Hi, there. I have installed ldap in Ubuntu 12.04. I decided to use
cn=monitor. I added that line in the slap.conf script. I stopped and
started the slpad deamon. After that I typed the following command:
ldapsearch -x -D 'cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com' -W \ -b 'cn=monitor' -s
base '(objectClass=*)' '*' '+'
However, I don't see nothing related with cn=monitor.
What did I do wrong?
If you used the ubuntu build of openldap, that was the first thing you did
wrong, given its age.
The second thing is likely that you modified slapd.conf, which isn't used
by Ubuntu anymore, as it has moved to the newer slapd-config backend. You
would want to use ldapmodify to add the monitor backend.
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