OpenLDAP Everywhere ReloadedMay 25, 2012, 18:00 (0 Talkback[s])
Directory services is one of the most interesting and crucial parts of computing today. They provide our account management, basic authentication, address books and a back-end repository for the configuration of many other important applications.
In this article, I describe how to configure two Linux servers to host core network services required for clients to query the directory service. I configure these core services to be highly available through the use of failover pools and/or replication.
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