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20.7. Debugging slapd(8)

After reading through the above sections and before e-mailing the OpenLDAP lists, you might want to try out some of the following to track down the cause of your problems:

  • Loglevel 256 is generally a good first loglevel to try for getting information useful to list members on issues
  • Running slapd -d -1 can often track down fairly simple issues, such as missing schemas and incorrect file permissions for the slapd user to things like certs
  • Check your logs for errors, as discussed at

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