Commit 1ade4ed2 authored by Howard Chu's avatar Howard Chu
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......@@ -18,7 +18,10 @@ configuration uses a single file, normally installed as
{{F:/usr/local/etc/openldap/slapd.conf}}, the new style
uses a slapd backend database to store the configuration. The
configuration database normally resides in the
{{F:/usr/local/etc/openldap/slapd.d}} directory.
{{F:/usr/local/etc/openldap/slapd.d}} directory. When
converting from the slapd.conf format to slapd.d format, any
include files will also be integrated into the resulting configuration
database.
An alternate configuration directory (or file) can be specified via
a command-line option to {{slapd}}(8). This chapter describes the
......@@ -52,10 +55,6 @@ the illustration for clarity.
The {{slapd-config}} configuration tree has a very specific structure. The
root of the tree is named {{EX:cn=config}} and contains global configuration
settings. Additional settings are contained in separate child entries:
* Include files
.. Usually these are just pathnames left over from a converted
{{EX:slapd.conf}} file.
.. Otherwise use of Include files is deprecated.
* Dynamically loaded modules
.. These may only be used if the {{EX:--enable-modules}} option was
used to configure the software.
......@@ -244,39 +243,6 @@ H4: Sample Entry
>olcReferral: ldap://root.openldap.org
H3: cn=include
An include entry holds the pathname of one include file. Include files
are part of the old style slapd.conf configuration system and must be in
slapd.conf format. Include files were commonly used to load schema
specifications. While they are still supported, their use is deprecated.
Include entries must have the {{EX:olcIncludeFile}} objectClass.
H4: olcInclude: <filename>
This directive specifies that slapd should read additional
configuration information from the given file.
Note: You should be careful when using this directive - there is
no small limit on the number of nested include directives, and no
loop detection is done.
H4: Sample Entries
>dn: cn=include{0},cn=config
>objectClass: olcIncludeFile
>cn: include{0}
>olcInclude: ./schema/core.schema
>
>dn: cn=include{1},cn=config
>objectClass: olcIncludeFile
>cn: include{1}
>olcInclude: ./schema/cosine.schema
H3: cn=module
If support for dynamically loaded modules was enabled when configuring
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