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Re: Antw: Re: Object not found

--On Thursday, August 29, 2013 2:30 PM -0500 espeake@oreillyauto.com wrote:


I have retyped the password a couple of times to be sure I didn't
fat-finger the password.   I have a 3 node n-way multimaster cluster that
working with replication on all changes with no issues other than the
authentication.  I changed the password for the user on one server and
checked the other two making sure the password hash replicated to the
other servers and it did with no problems.  I tried the ldapsearch with
two system users that will be used against the ldap server with the same
result for both.  The only user that will authenticate is the DB rootDN
user.  And of course that password is stored in the config.

Any ideas on what I can check on next.  I tried changing the logging to -1
to get everything, but I just wasn't seeing anything that looked helpful.

So, as someone else noted, if your previous OpenLDAP version used a {crypt} type hash, the newer build of OpenLDAP may not support {crypt} type passwords. So, my suggestion was you modify the password of the user who can't bind. You can do this using the rootdn and the ldappasswd utility.



Quanah Gibson-Mount
Lead Engineer
Zimbra, Inc
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