Tag Archives: UnboundID Directory Server

LDAP: Client Connection Policies

Introduction A Client Connection Policy controls the portions of the DIT a client can access and resource limits on what clients can do with data stored on the server. Clients are subject to one Client Connection Policy at a given … Continue reading

Posted in computing, LDAP, UnboundID | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

LDAP: Using parallel-update for concurrent multiple updates

For applying a small number of changes, ldapmodify is satisfactory. For a large number of changes, parallel-update has the capability of applying multiple changes simultaneously using an operator-provided number of threads. The following example uses 1024 threads to apply 1,000,000 … Continue reading

Posted in LDAP, UnboundID | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

LDAP: Using authrate to measure authentication performance

Use the authrate command line tool to measure authentication performance of a directory server. The example below illustrates how to execute searches and binds against an LDAP directory server. The example: searches and binds against random entries in the range … Continue reading

Posted in LDAP, UnboundID | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

LDAP: Example of Processing Time Histogram

The UnboundID Directory Server provides a breakdown of LDAP operations that been processed by the server. Below is an example of the processing time histogram from the directory server monitor: The following ldapsearch example shows how to retrieve information about … Continue reading

Posted in LDAP, UnboundID | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Quick setup for Tomcat manager authentication using LDAP

Purpose Steps Create users in the Directory Server database Create JNDI realm in the Tomcat configuration Restart Tomcat Notes Tomcat’s manager is not enabled by default. This entry shows a quick setup for the Tomcat manager using LDAP. The steps … Continue reading

Posted in computing, LDAP | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

LDAP: Operations by Proxy

LDAP-compliant directory servers like the UnboundID Directory Server support the notion of allowing an authenticated connection to perform operations using the identity of another distinguished name. This is called “operation by proxy” or “Proxied Authorization”. This capability is specified in … Continue reading

Posted in LDAP | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Creating a Custom Alert Handler that transmits alerts to an IRC server

Alert Handlers The UnboundID Directory Server provides a mechanism to send alert notifications to Alert Handlers when certain events transpire during Directory Server processing. The server is shipped with useful Alert Handlers such as, but not limited to, an error … Continue reading

Posted in computing, Java, LDAP | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment