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Question: 6
 
In slapd.conf, what keyword will instruct slapd to not ask the client for a certificatE.
 
TLSVerifyClient = ________
 
A. never
B. nocert
C. none
D. unverified
 
Answer: A 
Question: 7


OpenLDAP can be secured by which of these options? (Select THREE correct choices)
 
A. TLS (Transport Layer Security)
B. ACLs (Access Control Lists)
C. HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure)
D. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer)
E. OSI-L2 (OSI Layer 2 encryption)
 
Answer: A, B, D 
Question: 8


After modifying the indexes for a database in slapd.conf and running slapindex, the slapd daemon refuses to start when its init script is called. What is the most likely cause of this?
 
A. The indexes are not compatible with the init script.
B. The init script cannot be run after executing slapindex, without first signing the indexes with slapsign.
C. The init script has identified one or more invalid indexes.
D. The init script is starting slapd as an ordinary user, and the index files are owned by root.
 
Answer: D 
Question: 9


What does cachesize 1000000 represent in the slapd.conf file?
 
A. The number of entries to be cached.
B. The size of the cache in Bytes.
C. The size of the cache in Bits.
D. The minimum cache size in Bytes.
E. The maximum cache size in Bytes.
 
Answer: A 
Question: 10


What is the correct command to regenerate slapd indices based upon the current contents of the database?
 
A. slapd index
B. sindexd
C. slapindex
D. There is no index command, indexing is handled by the slapd daemon.
 
Answer: C