5. How does an LDAP directory differ from a relational database system? •
You cannot write a stored procedure or trigger to help maintain LDAP data. •
The “D” in “LDAP” stands for “directory”, not “database” •
The “P” in “LDAP” clearly indicates that LDAP is, in fact, a “protocol”. •
LDAP has no notion of rows, tables, or other database elements. •
LDAP has no notion of relational integrity
LDAP data is a hierarchical collection of objects, not a linked collection of relations. 6. What is the basic unit of information in an LDAP directory? What is the structure of an attribute? An entry is the basic unit of information in an LDAP directory. Each attribute has a name (an attribute type or description) and one or more values. 10. Where is the LDAP device object class defined? Which of its attributes are mandatory and which are optional? The device object class is defined in the /etc/ldap/schema/core.ldif file. Its mandatory attribute is cn. Its optional attributes are serial Number, See Also, owner, ou, o, l, and description.
11. How would you determine the longer name for the l (lowercase “l”) LDAP object class? $ grep \'l\' /etc/openldap/schema/*.ldif/etc/openldap/schema/core.ldif:olcAttributeTypes: (22.214.171.124 NAME ( 'l' 'localityName' ) Chapter 23
1. Which two daemons are part of the Samba suite? What does each do? SMBD: The smbd program provides Samba’s file and printer services, using one TCP/IP
stream and one daemon per client. It is controlled from the default configuration file, samba_dir/lib/smb.conf, and can be overridden by command-line options.
NMBD: The nmbd program is Samba’s NetBIOS name and browsing daemon. It replies to broadcast NetBIOS over TCP/IP (NBT) name-service requests from SMB clients and optionally to Microsoft’s Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) requests. Both of these are versions of the name-to-address lookup required by SMB clients. The broadcast version uses UDP/IP broadcast on the local subnet only,...
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