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Solaris Trusted Extensions Administrator's Procedures
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Using the LDAP Naming Service in Trusted Extensions

The LDAP naming service is managed in Trusted Extensions as it is managed in the Solaris OS. The following is a sample of useful commands, and contains references to more detailed information:

  • For strategies to solve LDAP configuration problems, see Chapter 13, LDAP Troubleshooting (Reference), in System Administration Guide: Naming and Directory Services (DNS, NIS, and LDAP).

  • To troubleshoot client-to-server LDAP connection problems that are affected by labels, see How to Debug a Client Connection to the LDAP Server.

  • To troubleshoot other client-to-server LDAP connection problems, see Chapter 13, LDAP Troubleshooting (Reference), in System Administration Guide: Naming and Directory Services (DNS, NIS, and LDAP).

  • To display LDAP entries from an LDAP client, type:

    $ ldaplist -l
    $ ldap_cachemgr -g
  • To display LDAP entries from an LDAP server, type:

    $ ldap_cachemgr -g
    $ idsconfig -v
  • To list the hosts that LDAP manages, type:

    $ ldaplist -l hosts Long listing
    $ ldaplist hosts One-line listing
  • To list information in the Directory Information Tree (DIT) on LDAP, type:

    $ ldaplist -l services | more
    dn: cn=apocd+ipServiceProtocol=udp,ou=Services,dc=exampleco,dc=com
      objectClass: ipService
      objectClass: top
      cn: apocd
      ipServicePort: 38900
      ipServiceProtocol: udp
    
    ...
    $ ldaplist services name
    dn=cn=name+ipServiceProtocol=udp,ou=Services,dc=exampleco,dc=com
  • To display the status of the LDAP service on the client, type:

    # svcs -xv network/ldap/client
    svc:/network/ldap/client:default (LDAP client)
     State: online since date
       See: man -M /usr/share/man -s 1M ldap_cachemgr
       See: /var/svc/log/network-ldap-client:default.log
    Impact: None.
  • To start and stop the LDAP client, type:

    # svcadm enable network/ldap/client
    # svcadm disable network/ldap/client
  • To start and stop the LDAP server in version 5.2 of Sun Java System Directory Server software, type:

    # installation-directory/slap-LDAP-server-hostname/start-slapd
    # installation-directory/slap-LDAP-server-hostname/stop-slapd
  • To start and stop the LDAP server in version 6 of Sun Java System Directory Server software, type:

    # dsadm start /export/home/ds/instances/your-instance
    # dsadm stop /export/home/ds/instances/your-instance
  • To start and stop a proxy LDAP server in version 6 of Sun Java System Directory Server software, type:

    # dpadm start /export/home/ds/instances/your-instance
    # dpadm stop /export/home/ds/instances/your-instance
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