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accepted Configuring OpenLDAP init script on CentOS 6.4
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comment Configure selinux to allow openldap on CentOS 6.4
@MichaelHampton where would the correct place to report this be? CentOS, Redhat, or somewhere else?
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comment Configure selinux to allow openldap on CentOS 6.4
I used -F because that's what was done in another thread I found. Seems to have changed the owner of some files, which caused the init script to fail. chmod -R ldap:ldap /var/lib/ldap /etc/openldap/slapd.d fixed that part of the problem.
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answered Configuring OpenLDAP init script on CentOS 6.4
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comment Configuring OpenLDAP init script on CentOS 6.4
I tried removing and hardcoding things in the init script until the start() function was just running slapd like I had done manually, and even then it doesn't work. Not sure what's going on.
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comment Configuring OpenLDAP init script on CentOS 6.4
@SvW Unfortunately no. All I know is that it creates the .pid file before it exits