On 10 Feb 2021, at 23:17, Trevor Vaughan
I noticed that the server was extracting the PEM files from the keystore by default and
was wondering if there was really any use for this being on by default.
The relevant setting is nsslapd-extract-pemfiles.
Yep, it's needed. Internally we use some openldap client libraries for outbound
connections, and they only support openssl and PEM certificates. So we need to extract
these at start up and feed them to the library.
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