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OpenLDAP

The OpenLDAP Project is a collaborative effort to provide a robust, commercial-grade, fully featured, open source LDAP software suite. The project is managed by a worldwide community of volunteers that use the Internet to communicate, plan, and develop OpenLDAP Software and its related documentation. OpenLDAP Software provides a complete LDAP implementation including server, clients, C SDK, and associated tools.

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Recent releases

  •  04 Mar 2013 07:05

    Release Notes: Multiple minor fixes; stability and performance enhancements for back-mdb. Note that back-mdb's DB format has been updated in this release; a simple upgrade must be performed if using back-mdb from previous releases.

    •  04 Aug 2012 15:43

      Release Notes: This release fixes multiple bugs in MozillaNSS support, fixes replication memory leaks, and adds additional SHA2 password hash support.

      •  01 Mar 2012 05:50

        Release Notes: Some regressions were fixed and the documentation was cleaned up.

        •  19 Dec 2011 10:34

          Release Notes: Many bugfixes, plus the introduction of a new (currently experimental) memory-mapped database and backend. The new back-mdb uses one fourth as much RAM as the BDB-based backends, while performing searches twice as fast, and read performance scales perfectly linearly across multiple CPUs.

          •  23 Dec 2009 22:09

            Release Notes: This release fixes a TLS regression in slapd in 2.4.20. It also fixes some minor configuration issues in syncrepl and other minor bugs.

            Recent comments

            30 Aug 2006 20:19 whitemice

            Re: Buggy and Bloated
            > No release since June 2005?

            Please check your facts; there have been several releases of OpenLDAP since then. There was one last week. The Freshmeat entry is simply out of date.

            > affects you, you'd like to report it and get it fixed.

            If it affects you and not lots of other people, maybe it isn't broken.

            > And if so many people have problems with
            > the standard deployment (BerkleyDB back
            > end) why is there no BerkleyDB FAQ/known
            > issues?

            But there is, start here - http://www.openldap.org/faq/data/cache/1166.html

            At least 9 out of 10 OpenLDAP related questions I see are answered right there on the website.

            30 Aug 2006 05:28 philhaigh

            Re: Buggy and Bloated


            >

            > % It seems the only close-to-production

            > % free LDAP server has gone the way of

            > % Sendmail. Oh well.

            >

            >

            > I completely disagree. I use OpenLDAP

            > in production at several sites and find

            > it lean and rock-solid. I've never had

            > slapd dump.

            No release since June 2005? 86,000 hits on google for 'openldap corruption' and many people don't seem to be able to find answers? I'm reminded of Apache FOP which went for over two years with not even a bug fix release. it doesn't matter how few bugs there are - if it affects you, you'd like to report it and get it fixed. Otherwise, you have to use something else.

            And if so many people have problems with the standard deployment (BerkleyDB back end) why is there no BerkleyDB FAQ/known issues?

            27 Oct 2005 19:50 ricktheninja

            Re: Buggy and Bloated


            > It seems the only close-to-production

            > free LDAP server has gone the way of

            > Sendmail. Oh well.

            I disagree aswell. What are you basing that on?

            08 Oct 2005 20:08 highlandsun

            Re: Buggy and Bloated


            > It would benefit to learn about better

            > software design.

            >

            > See djbdns, or SQLite for instance.

            > OpenLDAP just doesn't fit either KISS or

            > good design.

            >

            > Also see tinyldap.

            >

            If you're actually a competent enough programmer to be rendering judgements about good software design, why don't you contribute patches to the project? That *is* how open source improves, after all.

            03 Apr 2005 17:39 Rogerweb

            Re: Buggy and Bloated
            I think you are a tad to harsh...

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