On 09/05/12 09:04, Ali Jawad wrote:
I know this is not a strictly 389 DS related question. I did set
idle_timelimit 60 in my /etc/ldap.conf client file but connections stay
running and do not time out. Is there any setting I need to add on the
server side ?
what makes you think that this is a client config option? Are you
confusing it with "timelimit"?
idle_timelimit is a server option to configure for closing idle connections.
My Full Ldap file at /etc/ldap.conf
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