BTW, I keep having to drop all the previous thread, because you insist on
top-posting. This may be hindering people from assisting - please consider
learning how to avoid the outlook-ism of destroying any chance of having a
On Tuesday 06 November 2007 18:28:29 Sanjay Vivek wrote:
I set loglevel=acl and I then restarted slapd.
It should be:
This is quite clear in all the documentation.
You may actually want to use:
loglevel stats acl
then you should see the operations, and the ACL processing.
Nov 6 15:40:08 pen slapd: slapd stopped.
Nov 6 15:40:08 pen slapd: @(#) $OpenLDAP: slapd 2.3.27 (Jan 3
2007 13:11:16) $
Nov 6 15:40:08 pen slapd: slapd starting
Nov 6 15:43:51 pen slapd: connection_read(13): no connection!
The logs above doesn't really say much about acl related issues. Is this
what is expected from the logs?
So quite obviously there is no acl processing going on, from which we can
determine that slapd has ignored your invalid loglevel statement.