On Fri, 20 Jul 2012, kefast(a)o2.pl wrote:
> --On Saturday, July 14, 2012 12:42 PM +0200 kefast(a)o2.pl wrote:
>> Ok, thanx, I do understand that, but my point is, where I can put
>> those "" in configuration files ? On a client side set BASE
"" and in
>> database bdb
>> suffix ""
>> rootdn "cn=admin"
>> How persisly set config files (client, server) to search for all of
>> those domains You listed.
> Use an empty base.
I can not import an ldif with an empty base on an server side.
slapadd -v -b 'dc=""' -l ./root.ldif
slapadd: slap_init invalid suffix ("dc=""")
That's not the empty DN. That's the DN
with is a DN with one component, a single AVA, with attribute 'dc' and the
value consisting of two double-quote characters. The empty DN is this:
Now, to pass that through the shell to the command you'll need to quote
it, but that's because it's the shell and the command-line:
slapadd -v -b '' -l ./root.ldif
For the ldap.conf, the empty DN is the default value for the BASE, but
there is no way to actually _specify_ the empty DN there. I.e., if the
system config (/etc/ldap.conf) specifies a base, then there's no way for
the user's config (~/.ldaprc) to override that to specify the empty base.