Commit 3da5981a authored by Kurt Zeilenga's avatar Kurt Zeilenga
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Reorganize tree to better support multiple documents.

parent bfe915be
......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ In this configuration, you run a {{I:slapd}} which provides directory service
for your local domain only. It does not interact with other directory
servers in any way. This configuration is shown in Figure 2.
!import "figure_2.gif"; align="center"; title="Local service via slapd configuration"
!import "config_local.gif"; align="center"; title="Local service via slapd configuration"
FT: Figure 2: Local service via slapd configuration.
Use this configuration if you are just starting out (it's the one the
......@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ X.500 world (you don't have to run the ldapd yourself - you can just
point to somebody else who does and doesn't mind you pointing to
their service). This configuration is shown in Figure 3.
!import "figure_3.gif"; align="center"; title="Local service via slapd + X.500 referrals configuration"
!import "config_x500ref.gif"; align="center"; title="Local service via slapd + X.500 referrals configuration"
FT: Figure 3: Local service via slapd + X.500 referrals configuration
Use this configuration if you want to provide local service but still want
......@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ rest of the X.500 world. LDAP clients gain access to the directory
through an ldapd which runs at your site. This configuration is shown
in Figure 4.
!import "figure_4.gif"; align="center"; title="Local service via X.500 and ldapd configuration"
!import "config_x500fe.gif"; align="center"; title="Local service via X.500 and ldapd configuration"
FT: Figure 4: Local service via X.500 and ldapd configuration
Use this configuration if you are already running an X.500 service.
......@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ The slurpd daemon is used to propagate changes from a master slapd
to one or more slave slapds. An example master-slave configuration
is shown in figure 5.
!import "figure_5.gif"; align="center"; title="Master slapd with two slaves replicated with slurpd"
!import "config_repl.gif"; align="center"; title="Master slapd with two slaves replicated with slurpd"
FT: Figure 5: Master slapd with two slaves replicated with slurpd
This configuration can be used in conjunction with the first two
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......@@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ think of. Figure 1 shows an example LDAP directory tree, which should help
make things clear.
!import "figure_1.gif"; align="center"; title="An example LDAP directory tree"
!import "intro_tree.gif"; align="center"; title="An example LDAP directory tree"
FT: Figure 1: An example LDAP directory tree.
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# Copyright 1999, The OpenLDAP Foundation, All Rights Reserved.
# COPYING RESTRICTIONS APPLY, see COPYRIGHT.
#
# master.sdf
# SDF master file for the OpenLDAP Administrator's guide
# master.sdf
# title information
!include "title.sdf"
......@@ -11,20 +11,21 @@
!include "preamble.sdf"; plain
# Chapters
!include "intro.sdf"
!include "quickstart.sdf"
!include "config.sdf"
!include "install.sdf"
!include "slapdconfig.sdf"
!include "runningslapd.sdf"
!include "monitoringslapd.sdf"
!include "dbtools.sdf"
!include "tuning.sdf"
!include "referrals.sdf"
!include "replication.sdf"
!include "intro.sdf"; chapter
!include "quickstart.sdf"; chapter
!include "config.sdf"; chapter
!include "install.sdf"; chapter
!include "slapdconfig.sdf"; chapter
!include "runningslapd.sdf"; chapter
!include "monitoringslapd.sdf"; chapter
!include "dbtools.sdf"; chapter
!include "tuning.sdf"; chapter
!include "referrals.sdf"; chapter
!include "replication.sdf"; chapter
# Appendices
!include "../release/autoconf.sdf"; appendix
# Software Copyright/License
!include "copyright.sdf"; appendix
!include "license.sdf"; appendix
!include "../release/copyright.sdf"; appendix
!include "../release/license.sdf"; appendix
......@@ -381,7 +381,7 @@ X.500 DSA, slurpd runs on the master slapd host, and
sends changes to an ldapd which acts as a gateway to
the X.500 DSA:
!import "figure_1.gif"; align="center"; title="Replication from slapd to an X.500 DSA"
!import "replication.gif"; align="center"; title="Replication from slapd to an X.500 DSA"
FT: Figure 6: Replication from slapd to an X.500 DSA
Note that the X.500 DSA must be a read-only copy. Since
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