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# Location of the slapd configuration to use. If using the cn=config
# backend to store configuration in LDIF, set this variable to the
# directory containing the cn=config data; otherwise set it to the location
# of your slapd.conf file. If empty, use the compiled-in default
# (/etc/ldap/slapd.d).
SLAPD_CONF=/opt/openldap/etc/openldap/slapd.conf
# System account to run the slapd server under. If empty the server
# will run as root.
SLAPD_USER="openldap"
# System group to run the slapd server under. If empty the server will
# run in the primary group of its user.
SLAPD_GROUP="openldap"
# Path to the pid file of the slapd server. If not set the init.d script
# will try to figure it out from $SLAPD_CONF (/etc/ldap/slapd.d by
# default)
SLAPD_PIDFILE=
# slapd normally serves ldap only on all TCP-ports 389. slapd can also
# service requests on TCP-port 636 (ldaps) and requests via unix
# sockets.
# Example usage:
# SLAPD_SERVICES="ldap://127.0.0.1:389/ ldaps:/// ldapi:///"
SLAPD_SERVICES="ldap:///"
# If SLAPD_NO_START is set, the init script will not start or restart
# slapd (but stop will still work). Uncomment this if you are
# starting slapd via some other means or if you don't want slapd normally
# started at boot.
#SLAPD_NO_START=1
# If SLAPD_SENTINEL_FILE is set to path to a file and that file exists,
# the init script will not start or restart slapd (but stop will still
# work). Use this for temporarily disabling startup of slapd (when doing
# maintenance, for example, or through a configuration management system)
# when you don't want to edit a configuration file.
SLAPD_SENTINEL_FILE=/etc/ldap/noslapd
# For Kerberos authentication (via SASL), slapd by default uses the system
# keytab file (/etc/krb5.keytab). To use a different keytab file,
# uncomment this line and change the path.
#export KRB5_KTNAME=/etc/krb5.keytab
# Additional options to pass to slapd
SLAPD_OPTIONS=""
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