On Tue, Aug 08, 2006 at 12:37:04PM +0100 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
Aine Douglas thought:
>> chose, SuSE 10.0 x64
>> So i pulled down openldap 2.3.24 sources, ./configure, make depend,
> make, make test and make install, figuring there'd be some added
> educational and skills wirebrushing value in doing an openldap data
>> Without doing much more, I hit rcldap start and up it came.... but
> when I check the date on /usr/lib/openldap/slapd it has a datestamp
> Sept 9 2005
I'm not up to speed on the differences between 32 and 64-bit linux but I
do know there are parallel sets of libs for certain purposes. Is there a
/usr/lib64/openldap/slapd or similar on the system?
> So how do I know which version of openldap I'm actually running?? I
> would have thought I'd have ended up with a new slapd binary?
If slapd has been started by a system startup script, it's likely that it
was invoked with the full path. In that case, a 'ps aux' should be
enough. If not, I'd start tracing via the startup script in
/etc/rc.d/init.d (or the Suse equivalent...).
If the slocate package is not already installed (Some Suse versions don't
install it) it would be worth installing. You can then use 'locate
<filename>' to search the system at speed.
Conor Daly <conor.daly at cod.homelinux.org>
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