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  1. ranjeet_azad

    ranjeet_azad New Member

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    Hi,
    i m using RHEL5.5 and configure OPENLDAP . so plz anyone help me and share thd doc

    Ranjeet

  2. Abhijeet

    Abhijeet New Member

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    Hi Ranjeet,

    Please follow link for openldap setup

    people.math.gatech.edu / ~dijuremo / ldap / openldapframes.html

    Thanks,

    Abhijeet
  3. ranjeet_azad

    ranjeet_azad New Member

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    Hi abhijeet
    i m using RHEL5.5 and i want to generate log file for openldap server. so plz tell me what is the procedure......


    Regds
    Ranjeet
  4. Abhijeet

    Abhijeet New Member

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    Logging in OpenLDAP

    Hello Ranjeet,

    If you do, you will get info about loglevel

    > man slapd.conf
    ...
    loglevel <integer>
    Specify the level at which debugging statements and
    operation statistics should be syslogged (currently
    logged to the syslogd(8) LOG_LOCAL4 facility). Log
    levels are additive, and available levels are:
    1 trace function calls
    2 debug packet handling
    4 heavy trace debugging
    8 connection management
    16 print out packets sent and received
    32 search filter processing
    64 configuration file processing
    128 access control list processing
    256 stats log
    connections/operations/results
    512 stats log entries sent
    1024 print communication with shell
    backends
    2048 entry parsing


    ...

    To configure,

    Add following line in you slapd.conf

    ...
    loglevel <with_log_level_number>
    ...


    Add this line to /etc/syslog.conf, so that stuff will actually go to a log, /var/log/slapd.log:

    >cat /etc/syslog.conf
    ...
    # save OpenLDAP log
    local4.* /var/log/ldap.log
    ...


    Restart slapd and syslogd:

    sudo /sbin/service syslog restart
    sudo /sbin/service ldap restart



    Grep whatever you want to from ldap.log file.


    Thanks,

    Abhijeet
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  5. ranjeet_azad

    ranjeet_azad New Member

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    Thx Abhijeet
    Now log file is generated

    Regds
    Ranjeet

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