--On Saturday, June 01, 2019 9:25 PM +0200 Michel Gokan
My environment is Kubernetes and I deployed OpenLDAP as a container.
If your deployment uses slapd-config(5) for its configuration, it's as
simple as an ldapmodify operation. I can't tell you *exactly* how to do
it, because it'll depend on a few things:
a) How one connects as the rootdn for the configuration database backend
b) Which database number your slapd-mdb database is
dn: <your MDB database DN>
olcDbMaxsize: <new value>
You can of course do this things like perl-ldap, python-ldap, etc, as well.
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