OpenLDAP version 2.4.48 has been released. The Release Changes page lists the updates in this release, including fixes and improvements in TLS communication, protocol handling, replication, password policy, and SASL support. It also appears to address at least one memory leak and at least one potential crash.
The LDAP Tool Box project provides a set of LDAP-related applications, administrative tools, and other utilities. They have just released the version 0.8 of their Nagios Plugins component, which can be used to track the health of LDAP servers in the Nagios monitoring system, some of which apply to any type of server, while others are implementation-specific. Changes in this release include improvements in monitoring for OpenLDAP and 389 Directory Server, as well as some minor cosmetic changes.
The LDAP Tool Box project provides a set of LDAP-related applications, administrative tools, and other utilities. They have just released the version 0.3 of their White Pages application, which is a PHP application that allows searching for and displaying information contained in an LDAP directory. Highlights of changes over the previous 0.2 release include the ability to list groups, the ability to link to an external application for editing entries,the ability to link to an external logout page, and the ability to customize the filter used for a gallery page.
The 389 Directory Server project has announced new 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 versions. The 220.127.116.11 version fixes an issue with setting the minimum and maximum SSL protocol versions and adds a security tab to the UI. The 18.104.22.168 version includes those changes, and also adds support for upgrading a password hash when performing a bind, updates a memory allocation library, among other things.
The Fedora Linux distribution has updated its 389-ds-base package for the 389 Directory Server to version 22.214.171.124-1.fc30. The release announcement includes a list of the changes over the previous 126.96.36.199 version, including fixing a potential crash in the memberOf plugin, fixing a memory leak when using encryption, implementing a security section in the dsconf tool, fixing an ACI issue with IPv6 clients, and other changes.
The 389 Directory Server project has announced new 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 versions. The 220.127.116.11 version appears to address a potential crash in the memberOf plugin. The 18.104.22.168 release includes that fix, as well as fixing a memory leak when using encryption, implements a security section in the dsconf tool, fixes an ACI issue with IPv6 clients, and other changes.
William Brown has written a Using 389ds with docker blog post about his progress toward production ready Docker support in the 389 Directory Server. There’s a sample Docker image, along with instructions for getting it set up and populated with some data. He also demonstrates some of the improved server’s command-line tools.