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eDirectory LDAP Search for Statistics

Terminal - eDirectory LDAP Search for Statistics
ldapsearch -h ldapserver.willeke.com -p389 -b "" -s base -D cn=admin,ou=administration,dc=willeke,dc=com -w secretpwd "(objectclass=*)" chainings removeEntryOps referralsReturned listOps modifyRDNOps repUpdatesIn repUpdatesOut strongAuthBinds addEntryOps
2009-06-12 13:28:18
User: jwilleke
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eDirectory LDAP Search for Statistics

Find statistics for an Edirectory server form LDAPsearch.

We have a lot more examples at:

http://ldapwiki.willeke.com/wiki/Ldapsearch%20Examples

The full command got shut off it is:

ldapsearch -h ldapserver.willeke.com -p636 -e C:\mydata\treerootcert.der -b "" -s base -D cn=admin,ou=administration,dc=willeke,dc=com -w secretpwd "(objectclass=*)" chainings removeEntryOps referralsReturned listOps modifyRDNOps repUpdatesIn repUpdatesOut strongAuthBinds addEntryOps compareOps wholeSubtreeSearchOps modifyEntryOps searchOps errors simpleAuthBinds inOps oneLevelSearchOps inBytes abandonOps bindSecurityErrors securityErrors unAuthBinds outBytes extendedOps readOps dsaName directoryTreeName vendorVersion vendorName

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