Changing your Hostname without Rebooting in linux is a pretty basic task but if you are not too familiar with Linux, you can have difficulties. Just follow the below steps and you will be fine :- a) Log on as root and move to /etc/sysconfig and open the network file. b) Update the file with your […]
Issue Summary: While modifying couple of attributes (2 or more) via ldapmodify, below issue was encountered. [oid.oraworld.local orafmw]$ ldapmodify -h oid.oraworld.local-p 389 -D “cn=orcladmin” -w <Password> -f modifyFile.ldif modifying entry email@example.com,ou=Test Users,ou=External,cn=Users,dc=oraworld,dc=local ldap_modify: Undefined attribute type ldap_modify: additional info: Attribute replace is not supported in schema. The content of ldif file was:- dn: firstname.lastname@example.org,ou=Test Users,ou=External,cn=Users,dc=oraworld,dc=local […]
In my last blog, I mentioned about that: An attribute is only searchable in OID if it is indexed and what are the different pre-reqs for a custom attribute to get indexed. In this blog, lets see how can we index custom attributes. There are mainly 3 ways to index attributes in OID: i) using ODSM […]
In my last blog, I talked about how we can enable audit logs in OID which can help us with debugging issues we face on daily basis. Apart from above, we can also enable OID tracing. Steps to enable OID tracing. 1.1. Create the following files debugon.ldif –cut here— dn: cn=oid1,cn=osdldapd,cn=subconfigsubentry changetype: modify replace: orcldebugop orcldebugop: […]
Its quite simple, just follow below steps:- a) Open sudoers file and append below lines: %orafmw ALL=(ALL) ALL %orafmw ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL # vi /etc/sudoers In above screenshot, all the users of Oracle Group and orafmw user is added in sudoers group and can issue sudo commands now.