In the last chapter, we looked at securing our OpenLDAP server with SSL/TLS, simple and SASL authentication, and ACL-based authorization rules. All of these measures were implemented through configuration files for SLAPD. In this chapter, we will look at some other advanced features of SLAPD, including:
As we have worked on OpenLDAP so far we have been using only one directory tree (
dc=example,dc=com) and one backend database (an HDB database configured in
slapd.conf). This works well for most of the small directory servers. It is simple to ...