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Re: Problem after migration openldap 2.3.43 to 2.4.23 --> 32 No Such Object

Terje Trane wrote:
On 01.04.2014 14:25, Jonas Kellens wrote:
debug level is 256.

That is loglevel "stats".

This is an important point that seems to get missed a lot - debug level and log level are two completely separate things.

We've stated this countless times now: For troubleshooting purposes you should be using debug level and capturing slapd's stderr. syslog should only be used for routine logging activity, syslogd is too slow for the volume of output that debugging produces and will drop messages when it falls behind. It's completely unsuitable for debugging.

Sysadmins should already know this, syslog's behavior is already well documented.

The same applies to this other post http://www.openldap.org/lists/openldap-technical/201404/msg00000.html

You need to add the loglevel "acl". You can
find the loglevels in

No need to use the numbers, You can use the keywords, and multiple
keywords on the same line, e.g.
loglevel stats acl

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