I’m trying to understand the openldap configuration in yunohost.
If I have a look at the result of “ps aux|grep slapd” and the /etc/ldap/slapd.d folder it seems the LDAP is running with cn=config, but I also have a slapd.conf file, not sure why?
Is it a left-over from upgrade to stretch that I can delete or is it used for something?
And I cannot access cn=config through ldapsearch using “sudo ldapsearch -Y EXTERNAL -H ldapi:/// -b cn=config” it gives no result.
After some troubleshooting I’d say this is because of a missing ACL, are the ACLs different from the default debian ones? (the debian default setup allows access to cn=config)
Also, it seems yunohost does not fill /etc/ldap/ldap.conf with the ldap base and uri, could this be added?