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LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment: Deploying Secure Directory Services
By Michael  Haines, Tom  Bialaski
Publisher : Prentice Hall PTR
Pub Date : September 17, 2003
ISBN : 0-13-145693-8
Pages : 704
        Who Should Use This Book
        Before You Read This Book
        How This Book Is Organized
        Obtaining the Downloadable Files for This Book
        Sun BluePrints Program
        Accessing Sun Documentation Online
        Typographic Conventions
        Shell Prompts in Command Examples
      Chapter 1.   Introducing LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment
        The Big Picture
        LDAP Terms and Concepts
      Chapter 2.   Assessing Your Needs for Naming Service Transition and Consolidation
        What Consolidation Means
        Business Case for Transitioning to LDAP
        Understanding Legacy Naming Services
        Migration Planning
      Chapter 3.   Defining Directory Service Security Architecture
        Understanding Directory Server Security
        Understanding the SASL Mechanism
        GSSAPI Authentication and Kerberos v5
        TLSv1/SSL Protocol Support
        Enhanced Solaris OE PAM Features
        Secured LDAP Client Backport to the Solaris 8 OE
      Chapter 4.   Deploying Solaris OE LDAP Naming Services
        Understanding the DIT
        Differentiating Server and Client Versions
        Configuring Sun ONE Directory Servers and Clients
        Automating Installations
        Choosing High-Availability Options
        Troubleshooting Tips
      Chapter 5.   Migrating Legacy Data to LDAP
        Mapping Naming Service Data to LDAP Entries
        Running ldapaddent
        Importing Other Databases
        LDAP to NIS+ Gateway
      Chapter 6.   Management Tools and Toolkits
        Command-Line Tools
        GUI-based Tools
        Toolkits and LDAP APIs
      Chapter 7.   Performing Administrative Tasks
        Identifying Directory Management Tasks
        Directory Data Backup and Recovery
        Managing Client Profiles and Proxy Agent Accounts
        Managing Directory Data Replication
        Monitoring Directory Services
        Managing Users and Groups
        Extending the Directory Schema
      Chapter 8.   Selecting Storage for Optimum Directory Server Performance
        Software Characteristics
        Survey of Sun Storage Subsystems
        Introduction to the Sun StorEdge T3b Storage Array
        RAID Explained for Directory Administrators
      Chapter 9.   Performing Directory Server Benchmarks
        Why Benchmark?
        Creating a Benchmark Configuration
        Creating LDIF for Benchmarks
        Using SLAMD, the Distributed Load Generation Engine
        Directory Server Performance Tuning
      Chapter 10.   Emerging Directory Technologies
        DSMLv2 Interface
        Sun ONE Identity Synchronization for the Windows Technology
        NIS to LDAP Gateway
      Appendix A.   LDAP Standards Information
        Locating RFCs and Internet Drafts
      Appendix B.   LDAP v3 Result Codes
      Appendix C.   Using snoop with LDAP
        What is snoop ?
        How snoop Works
        snoop Options
        Protocol Decoders for snoop
        Running snoop with LDAP in Mind
        Understanding the LDAP Protocol Exchange
        Examples of LDAP Enabled snoop In Action
      Appendix D.   Solaris OE 9 PAM Architecture
        The PAM API
        The PAM SPI
        Writing a PAM Service Module
        Testing the PAM Module

LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment[c] Deploying Secure Directory Services
LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment[c] Deploying Secure Directory Services
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