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student at the University of the Philippines-Diliman, taking up masters for Computer Science. a fan of anime, especially of mechas, more especially by Gundams.


Jul
10
comment Distributing a subtree into different LDAP servers
I see. I guess I have no choice but to create a hierarchy for the users. I'm also curious about how to solve this via the LDAP back end. How do I do that?
Jul
10
comment Distributing a subtree into different LDAP servers
Well the list of users reaches up to millions. I wanted them split. As for the criteria, I haven't thought of that yet. Probably some attribute of the entry.
Jul
8
asked Distributing a subtree into different LDAP servers
Aug
17
comment “getent passwd” enumerates users, “su <username>” fails
Hi @higuita, since I checked yesterday, looks like both accounts from each backend is working now. I'm not exactly sure how that happened though. May have been just a restart was required.
Aug
14
revised “getent passwd” enumerates users, “su <username>” fails
Updated more details to the question.
Aug
14
comment “getent passwd” enumerates users, “su <username>” fails
But I already have PAM configured. In fact, when I'm using su with a user from backend A, I can login. The problem is when I'm using a referral. Additionally, I just noticed that when the root account uses "getent passwd", the account from backend B does not show up. But it still shows up for the other account I'm using now.
Aug
13
comment “getent passwd” enumerates users, “su <username>” fails
I have checked the file /etc/pam.d/su but it already includes common-auth, common-session, etc. at the bottom. Or does this mean I have to use SASL for the LDAP "pass-through" setup based on the document?
Aug
13
revised “getent passwd” enumerates users, “su <username>” fails
Updated formatting
Aug
13
asked “getent passwd” enumerates users, “su <username>” fails
Jul
10
awarded  Commentator
Jul
10
comment Split authentication and NSS lookups for users and groups to different servers
I see. Thank you very much for the response! You've been really helpful.
Jul
9
comment Multiple Bind and base DNs in ldap.conf
Hi @Andrew. I've already created a question and here is the link: serverfault.com/questions/521800/… Thank you very much for the response.
Jul
9
asked Split authentication and NSS lookups for users and groups to different servers
Jul
8
comment Multiple Bind and base DNs in ldap.conf
Hi @andrew-b. How do you split off authentication and the NSS lookups. I do not quite get the picture.
Jul
7
asked Multiple Bind and base DNs in ldap.conf
Apr
16
accepted ldap does not respond to ldapsearch with -ZZ parameter
Apr
16
answered ldap does not respond to ldapsearch with -ZZ parameter
Mar
16
comment What does rc -2 mean in OpenLDAP syncrepl?
Yes I have configured slapd and it is running. I've been fixing it by clearing the /var/lib/ldap folder of the synchronization slave.
Mar
16
asked What does rc -2 mean in OpenLDAP syncrepl?
Feb
6
awarded  Editor