Advanced OpenLDAP part 2 - online configuration (cn=config)

Digging down into cn=config

For many years now, OpenLDAP has been able to store its own configuration into an internal LDAP directory, much like Oracle and other relational databases do, rather than in a plain text file. This is often referred to as “cn=config” because of the root ...

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Advanced OpenLDAP configuration - the basics

You have probably come across LDAP in one way or another. In fact, LDAP has become a de facto standard for managing user credentials in the open world of Linux and Unix systems, as well as for application servers and other platforms - much like Active Directory has in the Windows ...

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