I'm testing the 389 DS on centos 6 and I had a problem with the
The certmap.conf file exists (and there is no symlink between them) at
2 locations : /etc/dirsrv/config and /etc/dirsrv/slapd-instancename.
says that we need to edit /etc/dirsrv/config/certmap.conf, but during
my testing, after modifying this file and restarting the server, the
mapping did not work. And I needed to edit the conf file in the
slapd-instancename to be able to authenticate via a client-certificate.
It seems that /etc/dirsrv/config/certmap.conf is not used at all ( I
removed the file, restarted the server and authentication was working).
I don't know if I missed something but is the documentation outdated
about this point ? And what is the purpose
of /etc/dirsrv/config/certmap.conf ?
By the way, in some examples of the documentation, the DNComps property
has the DC keyword but this attribute is not listed in the available
RDN keywords. Should I open a bugzilla report about this ?
I must also say that the documentation about 389 DS has impressed
me by its very high quality and quantity of information therein.
Alan Cox wrote:
Linus Torvalds wrote:
> And quite frankly, if your disk can push 50MB/s through a 1kB
> non-contiguous filesystem, then my name is Bugs Bunny.
Hi Bugs 8), previously Frodo Rabbit, .. I think you watch too much
kids tv 8)
Three kids will do that to you. Some day, you too will be there.
- Linus Torvalds and Alan Cox on linux-kernel