Wednesday, June 1, 2022

[389-users] Re: How do display the actual ldap request sent by an app?

> Am 01.06.2022 um 12:37 schrieb David Ritenour <>:
> Rainer,
> The directory's access log may provide you with the information you need to resolve the issue. Grep for the originating IP or bindDN, then grep for the connection number (conn=xxxxx) within the results. The output from the second grep should provide the entire sequence of events for that connection, including the connection, bind, operations, unbind, and the results for each including success and failure ldap error codes. The op=x field within the output indicates the operation order.
> Hope that helps.


it turns out that after rebooting (or restarting) the app-server (which is within the real of the customer and outside my control), it started to work again.

So, in the end it was a typical much-ado-about-nothing situation.

I am sorry for the noise.


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