could you please check your file permissions, I think you converted your
slapd.conf file to slapd.d and havn't fixed the permissions, which should
be owned to your "ldap" user and group.
That's why it is working with root when you start the daemon manually.
On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 09:04, Markus Moj <MMoj(a)timocom.com> wrote:
We are faceing a weird problem with our LDAP running on Red Hat 6.0. When
we start our OpenLDAP with the init script as "root" the ldap server starts
without problems or errors and seems to be runnig ok. If you connect with an
LDAP Browser like Apache Directory Studio and try to edit some parameters in
cn=config you get the following error.
[LDAP: error code 80 - internal error (cannot create file)]
But when you start the LDAP server with "/usr/sbin/slapd -h ldap:/// -u
ldap" as the init script does, everything is working just fine and you are
able to make every change you need to.
Someone out there who has the same problem or already a solution or
workaround for this problem?
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