Sorry for thinking it was the logging you were referring to. This is
definitely hardcoded, and this format is used to determine policy and
can not be easily changed.
I can however see the use for a new search postop plugin to convert
generalized time values into local time. Meaning you would have to use
ldapsearch to see the converted values. Actually I could see a new
plugin to simply do any kind of transformation of attributes &
values(from time conversion, value masking/hiding, virtual values, etc).
On 03/02/2012 02:08 PM, Shouben Zhou wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> Thanks for your help. My LDAP server host is configured as EST time
> zone. But LDAP server uses GMT time zone for all time related values,
> such as
> passwordExpirationTime: 20120528201328Z
> accountunLockTime: 20120229172237Z
> passwordRetryCount: 3
> retryCountResetTime: 20120302175809Z
> modifyTimestamp: 20120228201328Z
> What I would like if all above time be my local time, which will a
> little bit easy for understanding
> Shouben Zhou
> Science Systems and Applications Inc.(SSAI)
> 1 Enterprise Pkwy, Hampton, VA 23666
> Tel: (757)951-1905 Fax: (757)951-1900
> Email: Shouben.Zhou(a)nasa.gov
> Mark Reynolds wrote:
>> Hi Shouben,
>> The server uses the system function time() to get the time and
>> converts it with localtime_r(). This all comes from the host
>> machine. You would need make timezone changes via the OS/environment.
>> Do you mean changing the logging format?
>> [02/Mar/2012:09:05:28 -0500]
>> [02/Mar/2012:09:05:28 -EST]
>> On 03/02/2012 01:34 PM, Shouben Zhou wrote:
>>> The LDAP server by default uses the GMT. is it possible to configure
>>> it to local time zone such as EST zone?
The LDAP server by default uses the GMT. is it possible to configure it
to local time zone such as EST zone?
Science Systems and Applications Inc.(SSAI)
1 Enterprise Pkwy, Hampton, VA 23666
Tel: (757)951-1905 Fax: (757)951-1900
I am following the instructions on http://port389.org/wiki/Download for EL5
(towards the bottom) and it would appear the URLs are bad. There appears
to be no port389.org/yum/blah. I need to use EL5 - going to EL6 not yet an
option. Has anyone gotten this to work? Pointers appreciated.
# yum install 389-ds
Loaded plugins: katello, product-id, rhnplugin, security,
Updating certificate-based repositories.
Unable to read consumer identity
[Errno 14] HTTP Error 404: Not Found
Trying other mirror.
Error: Cannot retrieve repository metadata (repomd.xml) for repository:
dirsrv. Please verify its path and try again
can someone help me please about that?
I would like to profile ACLs in order to let some users manage their own OU via Console.
-OUone | USERone, USERtwo, USERthree
-OUtwo | USERfour, USERfive
-OUthree | USERsix, USERseven, USEReight
In every OU I have many users, but I would like to give console access to one user x OU and let them manage their own OU without list and manage the other OUs.
USERone can add or remove users ONLY for OUone
USERfour can add or remove users ONLY for OUtwo
USERsix can add or remove users ONLY for OUthree
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