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ldap [2011/10/04 10:27]
alex created
ldap [2011/11/22 10:33]
alex
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 ====== LDAP Management ====== ====== LDAP Management ======
-===== Handy Hints ====+===== Generic ===== 
 +Handy traditional tools to use are: 
 +  * ldapsearch, ldapmodify, ldapadd, etc 
 +  * editors 
 +    * ldapvi  
 +    * [[http://​jxplorer.org/​|jxplorer]] 
 + 
 +===== Configuration ==== 
 +==== Browsing ​====
 To look at the LDAP server configuration:​ To look at the LDAP server configuration:​
   root@marmot:​~#​ ldapsearch -Y EXTERNAL -H ldapi:/// -b "​cn=config"​   root@marmot:​~#​ ldapsearch -Y EXTERNAL -H ldapi:/// -b "​cn=config"​
  
 ==== Importing a Schema ==== ==== Importing a Schema ====
-Palmed wisdom from [[http://​www.zarafa.com/​wiki/​index.php/​OpenLdap:​_Switch_to_dynamic_config_backend_(cn%3Dconfig)#​Convert_schema_files_for_import]]:​+Palmed wisdom from [[http://​www.zarafa.com/​wiki/​index.php/​OpenLdap:​_Switch_to_dynamic_config_backend_(cn%3Dconfig)#​Convert_schema_files_for_import|Zarafa'​s LDAP wiki pages]]:
   root@marmot:​~#​ wget http://​openssh-lpk.googlecode.com/​files/​openssh-lpk_openldap.schema   root@marmot:​~#​ wget http://​openssh-lpk.googlecode.com/​files/​openssh-lpk_openldap.schema
   root@marmot:​~#​ echo '​include openssh-lpk_openldap.schema'​ > schema_convert.conf   root@marmot:​~#​ echo '​include openssh-lpk_openldap.schema'​ > schema_convert.conf
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   adding new entry "​cn=openssh-lpk_openldap,​cn=schema,​cn=config"​   adding new entry "​cn=openssh-lpk_openldap,​cn=schema,​cn=config"​
   ​   ​
-==== Editing ​Data Directly ====+==== Editing ​The Configuration ​Directly ====
   root@marmot:​~#​ ldapvi -Y EXTERNAL -h ldapi:/// -b "​cn=config"​   root@marmot:​~#​ ldapvi -Y EXTERNAL -h ldapi:/// -b "​cn=config"​
 +  ​
 +===== Replication =====
 +For those wishing to get in on the NAS action, you should set up a local LDAP replication instance.
 +
 +FIXME
ldap.txt · Last modified: 2011/11/22 10:34 by alex