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System Administration Guide: Naming and Directory Services (DNS, NIS, and LDAP)
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Default Directory Information Tree (DIT)

By default, Solaris LDAP clients access the information assuming that the DIT has a given structure. For each domain supported by the LDAP server, there is a subtree with an assumed structure. This default structure, however, can be overridden by specifying Service Search Descriptors (SSDs). For a given domain, the default DIT will have a base container that holds a number of well known containers that hold entries for a specific information type. See the following table for the names of these subtrees. (This information can be found in RFC 2307 and others.)

Table 9-1 DIT Default Locations

Default Container

Information Type

ou=Ethers

bootparams(4), ethers(4)

ou=Group

group(4)

ou=Hosts

hosts(4), ipnodes(4), publickey for hosts

ou=Aliases

aliases(4)

ou=Netgroup

netgroup(4)

ou=Networks

networks(4), netmasks(4)

ou=People

passwd(1), shadow(4), user_attr(4), audit_user(4), publickey for users

ou=printers

printers(4)

ou=Protocols

protocols(4)

ou=Rpc

rpc(4)

ou=Services

services(4)

ou=SolarisAuthAttr

auth_attr(4)

ou=SolarisProfAttr

prof_attr(4), exec_attr(4)

ou=projects

project

automountMap=auto_*

auto_*

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