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ldapctl
LDAP daemon control program

ldapctl [-v] [-f file] [-r directory] [-s socket] command [argument ...]

The ldapctl program controls the ldapd(8) daemon.

The options are as follows:

file
Use file as the configuration file, instead of the default /etc/ldapd.conf.
directory
Store and read database files in directory, instead of the default /var/db/ldap.
socket
Use socket instead of the default /var/run/ldapd.sock to communicate with ldapd(8).
Produce more verbose output.

The commands are as follows:

Show statistics counters.
Disable verbose debug logging.
Enable verbose debug logging.
Compact all databases. ldapd(8) does not have to be running. When compaction of a database file is complete, a special marker is appended to the database file that tells ldapd(8) to reopen the file and perform new requests against the compacted database. A write transaction is opened to force other processes to buffer write requests while performing compaction. Read requests are handled without disruption.
Re-index all databases. ldapd(8) does not have to be running.

/var/run/ldapd.sock
default ldapctl control socket
/etc/ldapd.conf
default ldapd(8) configuration file

ldapd.conf(5), ldapd(8)

The ldapctl program first appeared in OpenBSD 4.8.
February 2, 2016 OpenBSD-current