----- "andrew findlay" email@example.com wrote:
On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 10:02:56AM +0000, ghenry@OpenLDAP.org wrote:
The following man pages still talk about only slapd.conf:
When doing so, would it be possible to avoid the duplication that has started showing up in the Admin Guide? One section for doing a job with slapd.conf and another one for the same job using cn=config seems like a sure-fire way to get inconsistent information. It also means that updates take (at least) twice as long to write.
We should maybe just pick on configuration method and stick to it throughout the whole guide.
POssibly cn=config, then point to the man pages for normal slapd.conf, or the other way round.
slapd.conf is easier for just copying and pasting, but saying that, so is an LDIF.