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Antw: Re: Q: monitoring attributes
>>> Dieter KlÃnter<email@example.com> schrieb am 27.11.2013 um 11:15 in
> Am Wed, 27 Nov 2013 09:09:35 +0100
> schrieb "Ulrich Windl" <Ulrich.Windl@rz.uni-regensburg.de>:
>> I found out why I never was successful with cn=monitor: By default
>> '*' attributes show almost nothing; you'll have to use '+' attributes
>> (in my version at least). I'm not very happy with the decision,
>> because you'll get the truely operational attributes also. If the
>> whole subtree cn=Monitor is invisible in naming contexts, I see
>> little reason to hide the "normal" attributes as operational in the
>> whole subtree.
>> The other thing is that I'm not too happy with are spaces in RDNs,
>> like " cn=Connection 2111,cn=Connections,cn=Monitor", or "cn=Database
>> 2,cn=Databases,cn=Monitor". I'd prefer are more common pattern for
>> IDs like "Connection-2111" or "Connection_2111".
> In fact spaces in a commonName attribute value are in accordance with
> X.520 practice.
I believe that, but when printed two spaces look very similar to one space,
and as I guess every space is significant, you can probably have "Joe OneSpace"
and "Joe TwoSpaces" as RDN. I guess you cannot enter Joue Twospaces with just
one space, opening a can of worms...
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