Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
As the name suggests LDAP is a protocol not a database. LDAP uses a backend database which is optimized for reads (such as the SleepyCat Berkeley DB Database) to hold the tree it presents. The distinction is generally not that important and this document may refer to LDAP as if it were the database and protocol both.
|OpenLDAPSetup||The OpenLDAP LDAP server|
|PowerDNSLdap||DNS Server with LDAP Backend|
|LDAPMigrationTools||Useful for a fresh install as well as migrating an existing server.|
|LDAPMigrationExamples||Example LDAP entries that may be created by
|LDAPFormatInternalVertices||For nodes that exist only to host a subtree (i.e. they have no data of their own)|
|LDAPFormatAliases||/etc/aliases in LDAP|
|LDAPFormatFstab||/etc/fstab in LDAP|
|LDAPFormatPowerDNS||LDAP entry format for PowerDNS LDAP backend|
|LDAPFormatNisMap||NIS Map in LDAP|
|LdapDn||On Distinguished Names|
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