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From "Robin P. Blanchard" <robin.blanch...@georgiacenter.uga.edu>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Auth Apache 2 agaisnt AD Groups
Date Thu, 25 May 2006 13:50:51 GMT


> -----Original Message-----
> From: colebatchd@gmail.com [mailto:colebatchd@gmail.com] On 
> Behalf Of Dmitri Colebatch
> Sent: Thursday, May 25, 2006 9:46 AM
> To: users@httpd.apache.org
> Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Auth Apache 2 agaisnt AD Groups
> 
> On 5/25/06, Robin P. Blanchard 
> <robin.blanchard@georgiacenter.uga.edu> wrote:
> > For what it's worth (this is httpd-2.0.58), I just tried:
> >
> > AuthLDAPURL
> > 
> "ldap://server1/OU=Divisions,OU=Users,OU=gactr,DC=gc,DC=nat?sAMAccount
> > Name?su
> > b?(objectclass=*)"
> > AuthLDAPURL
> > 
> "ldap://server2/OU=Divisions,OU=Users,OU=gactr,DC=gc,DC=nat?sAMAccount
> > Name?su
> > b?(objectclass=*)"
> >
> > And restarted apache. LDAP auth is still working. I can't 
> realisically 
> > determine if failover is, though, as I can't go killing of 
> the DCs one 
> > at a time....
> 
> c'mon, where's your dedication?  (o:
> 
> Just to check that I'm reading that right - you're simply 
> putting two lines in, identical apart from the hosts?  I'll 
> give that a go tomorrow - iptables is very effective at 
> simulating server outages...

Yup. Two identical lines apart from the hosts. I'm a *bsd guy so I'm a bit
more familiar with ipfilter / pf syntax. Perhaps you could send me a simple
iptables scenario to block traffic to/from host ?

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