Commit 2e15100e authored by Howard Chu's avatar Howard Chu
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manpage is slapd-config(5), not slapd.d(5)

parent 15d898f7
......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ operations with data in {{TERM:LDIF}}. The LDAP configuration engine
allows all of slapd's configuration options to be changed on the fly,
generally without requiring a server restart for the changes
to take effect. The old style {{slapd.conf}}(5) file is still
supported, but must be converted to the new {{slapd.d}}(5) format
supported, but must be converted to the new {{slapd-config}}(5) format
to allow runtime changes to be saved. While the old style
configuration uses a single file, normally installed as
{{F:/usr/local/etc/openldap/slapd.conf}}, the new style
......@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ FT[align="Center"] Figure 5.1: Sample configuration tree.
Other objects may be part of the configuration but were omitted from
the illustration for clarity.
The {{slapd.d}} configuration tree has a very specific structure. The
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
......@@ -146,7 +146,7 @@ and object classes) are also provided in the
H2: Configuration Directives
This section details commonly used configuration directives. For
a complete list, see the {{slapd.d}}(5) manual page. This section
a complete list, see the {{slapd-config}}(5) manual page. This section
will treat the configuration directives in a top-down order, starting
with the global directives in the {{EX:cn=config}} entry. Each
directive will be described along with its default value (if any) and
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