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Revision as of 00:41, 27 February 2016

Below are example commands and LDIFs for various common NSS LDAP operations. To run the below examples, you can either run the command and paste the LDIF contents into the terminal or you can place the contents into a file and run the command with the -f <filename> argument.

Listing current group members

getent group <groupname>

Additions

The following templates are used for creating new instances of various types of objects. These examples should be run with the following command:

ldapadd -h openldap1

General User Account

This template is for creating a general-purpose user account; for example a new staff member or a guest account. By convention, we normally use the ID of the account's AFS user (if applicable) as the uidNumber. This can be retrieved using:

pts examine 2009.ahamilto

dn: uid=ahamilto,ou=2009,ou=students,ou=people,dc=csl,dc=tjhsst,dc=edu
cn: Andrew Hamilton
description: 2009
displayName: Hamilton, Andrew
givenName: Andrew
uid: ahamilto
sn: Hamilton
objectClass: inetOrgPerson
objectClass: top
objectClass: organizationalPerson
objectClass: person
objectClass: posixAccount
uidNumber: 1748
gecos: Andrew Hamilton
gidNumber: 2009
homeDirectory: /afs/csl.tjhsst.edu/students/2009/ahamilto
loginShell: /bin/bash

Server User Account

This template is similar to the previous one except this user account is valid for servers and other restricted-access systems. By convention, we use the same uidNumber for this account as for the user's general access account.

dn: uid=ahamilto,ou=sysadmins,dc=csl,dc=tjhsst,dc=edu
objectClass: posixAccount
objectClass: shadowAccount
objectClass: account
objectClass: top
uid: ahamilto
cn: ahamilto
uidNumber: 1748
gidNumber: 100
homeDirectory: /home/ahamilto
loginShell: /bin/bash
gecos: Andrew Hamilton

Group

This template is for creating a new group. These groups exist on both general and restricted access systems.

# allaccess, group, csl.tjhsst.edu
dn: cn=allaccess,ou=group,dc=csl,dc=tjhsst,dc=edu
memberUid: root
memberUid: ahamilto
gidNumber: 1337
cn: allaccess
objectClass: posixGroup
objectClass: top

Organizational Unit (OU)

This template is for creating a new organizational unit.

dn: ou=2006,ou=students,ou=people,dc=csl,dc=tjhsst,dc=edu
objectClass: top
objectClass: organizationalUnit
ou: 2006

Modifications

The following templates are for modifying existing objects. These examples should be run with the following command:

ldapmodify -h openldap1

Adding a User to a Group

This template is for adding a user to an existing group.

dn: cn=allaccess,ou=group,dc=csl,dc=tjhsst,dc=edu
changetype: modify
add: memberUid
memberUid: ahamilto

Removing a User from a Group

This template removes a single user from a group. NOTE - be very careful when using this template via copy-paste as if you accidentally miss the last line, you will delete all of the memberUid attributes instead of the single targetted instance.

dn: cn=allaccess,ou=group,dc=csl,dc=tjhsst,dc=edu
changetype: modify
delete: memberUid
memberUid: ahamilto

Deletions

To delete an object from LDAP, use the following command and LDIF.

ldapdelete -h openldap1

cn=allaccess,ou=group,dc=csl,dc=tjhsst,dc=edu