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Re: Port 636 and SLAPD(8)
You don't need to worry about the slapd.d configuration at all. If you are familiar with slapd.conf then you can go with below steps.
Just get the configuration file provides by package(rpm) with below commands.
rpm -qc openldap-servers
Once you get slapd.conf then make the changes and run below command. That will change slapd.conf in slapd.d structure.
slaptest -f slapd.conf slapd.d
You will get all ldif files in slapd.d directory then check it and change it accordingly.
Hope,it will help.