On Wed, May 07, 2014 at 09:42:33AM +0200, Hallvard Breien Furuseth wrote:
On 05/06/2014 05:26 PM, Andrew D. Arenson wrote:
>(...) if I set
>TLS_CACERTDIR to /etc/openldap/certs, which has the cert8.db file, but
>as far as I can tell has no actuall certificates in that database, ldap
>search tells me, surprisingly, that the server's certificate _IS_ verified.
> How is openldap verifying my server's certificate?
Maybe this is a variant of ITS#5582: Setting TLS_CACERT to any
certificate.pem file also tells OpenSSL to check the system's
standard installed certs. OpenLDAP should have a separate
option for that, or the opposite - an option not to do that.
Thanks. I didn't find an option for turning on/off the
use of a system's standard installed certs. Are you saying that you
think something like that _does_ exist, or that you simply think it
I tried moving my certs directory out of the default location
of /etc/pki/tls, but was still unable able to generate a failure to
verify the certificate when TLS_CACERTDIR was set to
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