Christopher Wood wrote:
What stops you from checking the ldif of cn=config into revision
before and after a change?
Nothing. But it's more cumbersome. Also comments are lost. Normally I comment
everything and describe for which requirement in the concept the ACLs,
constraints, etc. are for.
Also the schema with X-ORDERED is cumbersome. There's no LDAP client which
really supports it. You have to do too much manually.
There's no mechanism like include.
On Fri, Jul 01, 2011 at 07:20:14PM +0200, Michael Ströder wrote:
> Simone Piccardi wrote:
>> Having text configuration files (that can be commented and put under a
>> revision system) is a major strength for an Unix system, and giving it away is
>> very bad.
> Ciao, Michael.