what exactly should I be looking at.
The lines pointing to the baseurl, location-suffix and dirmgr seems to
The securitypath is pointing to a nonexisting file.
Anything else I should check?
thanks for helping me out. I finally succeeded in building it with
these patches in
I needed v1.10 for pw.c and v1.8 for passwd_extop.c
Is there an easy way to modify the release the RPM has to eg 1.0.2-2
instead of 1.0.2-1?
I've installed FedoraDS 1.0.2 on RHEL4 and when I connect to the
gateway with a browser and try to do a search I get
An error occurred while contacting the LDAP server.
(Can't connect to the LDAP server)
A connection to the server could not be opened. Contact your server
administrator for assistance.
Any ideas? I looked in /opt/fedora-ds/admin-server/logs/error but besides
: ap_get_remote_host could not resolve
I see nothing strange.
Via command line I can query the ldapserver
Thanks in advance,
I checked out the head version and copied over pw.c and passwd_extop.c
to the 1.0.2 tree, but the compilation fails.
I also tried to completely build the head tree, but no success.
Hi all, I have two FDS 1.0.2 systems in a master/slave set-up (for
redundancy purposes rather than load) that are for authenticating a
small number of high-capacity systems (many users). The client systems
are configured to access the slave system first and fail-over to the
master if the slave is unavailable. Add/modify/delete requests posted
to the slave (which are frequent) are referred along to the master and
then replicated back. It all works normally.
The problem is that when the slave server makes an update to itself,
such as when user login attempt fails, the appropriate attribute is
updated (in this case, passwordretrycount) rather than referred to the
master - which makes sense I guess. I'd like these updates referred to
the master because all of my user administration tools talk to the
master - things like failed login attempts and temporally locked
accounts never show up on the master. Is there a way I can do this
(short of writing plugins) or do I have to work around it? Thanks, Jason
In replacing the buggy NSS 3.11 libraries, the instructions we've been
given are to replace the libraries in /opt/fedora-ds/bin/slapd/lib and
However, it appears that many of the same libraries are also found in
/opt/fedora-ds/shared/lib. Should I replace those libraries, as well?