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Working With Oracle® Solaris 11.4 Directory and Naming Services: LDAP

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Updated: November 2020

The LDAP Server Configuration Utility

The ldapservercfg utility configures and prepares a compatible directory server, installed on the system where ldapservercfg is run, to serve LDAP clients. OUD and OpenLDAP are compatible directory servers.

The directory server is configured to support the following. See also ldap(7).

  • Oracle Solaris naming services as defined in the /usr/share/lib/ldif/nameservice.ldif file.

  • Kerberos services as defined in the kerberos.ldif file.

  • RFC2037bis-02 Directory Information Tree (DIT) structure.

  • A default LDAP client configuration profile.

Note -  The ldapservercfg utility cannot configure a remote server.

The type of server to configure is appended as a command line option to ldapservercfg, as described in the following sections: