Aaron Richton wrote:
On Tue, 17 Feb 2009, Peter Mogensen wrote:
> With slapd.conf you had to be root on the host to reconfigure slapd.
> However, with cn=config anyone who can authenticate as rootdn for
> cn=config can reconfigure slapd.
> Is it in anyway possible to set up cn=config, so only root on the host
> can make changes?
Same as with a "real" backend; don't set a rootpw, and ACL it so that
only a suitably-permissioned ldapi:/// listener has write access. Note
that this will likely involve some combination of OpenLDAP ACL and OS
Having tried an endless number of configurations, I simply cannot get
this to work.
I have no problem getting this procedure to work in other databases:
But limiting cn=config access to ldapi:/// ... no luck.
Do someone have a working example of this?