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  23 # idsconfig -- script to setup iDS 5.x/6.x/7.x for Native LDAP II.
  24 #
  25 # Copyright (c) 2001, 2010, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  26 #
  27 
  28 #
  29 # display_msg(): Displays message corresponding to the tag passed in.
  30 #
  31 display_msg()
  32 {
  33     case "$1" in
  34     usage) cat <<EOF
  35  $PROG: [ -v ] [ -i input file ] [ -o output file ]
  36    i <input file>     Get setup info from input file.
  37    o <output file>    Generate a server configuration output file.
  38    v                  Verbose mode
  39 EOF
  40     ;;
  41     backup_server) cat <<EOF
  42 It is strongly recommended that you BACKUP the directory server
  43 before running $PROG.
  44 
  45 Hit Ctrl-C at any time before the final confirmation to exit.
  46 
  47 EOF
  48     ;;
  49     setup_complete) cat <<EOF
  50 
  51 $PROG: Setup of iDS server ${IDS_SERVER} is complete.
  52 
  53 EOF
  54     ;;
  55     display_vlv_list) cat <<EOF
  56 
  57 Note: idsconfig has created entries for VLV indexes. 
  58 
  59       For DS5.x, use the directoryserver(1m) script on ${IDS_SERVER}
  60       to stop the server.  Then, using directoryserver, follow the
  61       directoryserver examples below to create the actual VLV indexes.
  62 
  63       For DS6.x or later, use dsadm command delivered with DS on ${IDS_SERVER}
  64       to stop the server.  Then, using dsadm, follow the
  65       dsadm examples below to create the actual VLV indexes.
  66 
  67 EOF
  68     ;;
  69     cred_level_menu) cat <<EOF
  70 The following are the supported credential levels:
  71   1  anonymous
  72   2  proxy
  73   3  proxy anonymous
  74   4  self
  75 EOF
  76     ;;
  77     auth_method_menu) cat <<EOF
  78 The following are the supported Authentication Methods:
  79   1  none
  80   2  simple
  81   3  sasl/DIGEST-MD5
  82   4  tls:simple
  83   5  tls:sasl/DIGEST-MD5
  84   6  sasl/GSSAPI
  85 EOF
  86     ;;
  87     srvauth_method_menu) cat <<EOF
  88 The following are the supported Authentication Methods:
  89   1  simple
  90   2  sasl/DIGEST-MD5
  91   3  tls:simple
  92   4  tls:sasl/DIGEST-MD5
  93   5  sasl/GSSAPI
  94 EOF
  95     ;;
  96     prompt_ssd_menu) cat <<EOF
  97   A  Add a Service Search Descriptor
  98   D  Delete a SSD
  99   M  Modify a SSD
 100   P  Display all SSD's
 101   H  Help
 102   X  Clear all SSD's
 103 
 104   Q  Exit menu
 105 EOF
 106     ;;
 107     summary_menu)
 108 
 109         SUFFIX_INFO=
 110         DB_INFO=
 111 
 112         [ -n "${NEED_CREATE_SUFFIX}" ] &&
 113         {
 114                 SUFFIX_INFO=`cat <<EOF
 115 
 116          Suffix to create          : $LDAP_SUFFIX
 117 EOF
 118 `
 119                 [ -n "${NEED_CREATE_BACKEND}" ] &&
 120                         DB_INFO=`cat <<EOF
 121 
 122          Database to create        : $IDS_DATABASE
 123 EOF
 124 `
 125         }
 126 
 127         cat <<EOF
 128               Summary of Configuration
 129 
 130   1  Domain to serve               : $LDAP_DOMAIN
 131   2  Base DN to setup              : $LDAP_BASEDN$SUFFIX_INFO$DB_INFO
 132   3  Profile name to create        : $LDAP_PROFILE_NAME
 133   4  Default Server List           : $LDAP_SERVER_LIST
 134   5  Preferred Server List         : $LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST
 135   6  Default Search Scope          : $LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE
 136   7  Credential Level              : $LDAP_CRED_LEVEL
 137   8  Authentication Method         : $LDAP_AUTHMETHOD
 138   9  Enable Follow Referrals       : $LDAP_FOLLOWREF
 139  10  iDS Time Limit                : $IDS_TIMELIMIT
 140  11  iDS Size Limit                : $IDS_SIZELIMIT
 141  12  Enable crypt password storage : $NEED_CRYPT
 142  13  Service Auth Method pam_ldap  : $LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM
 143  14  Service Auth Method keyserv   : $LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY
 144  15  Service Auth Method passwd-cmd: $LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD
 145  16  Search Time Limit             : $LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT
 146  17  Profile Time to Live          : $LDAP_PROFILE_TTL
 147  18  Bind Limit                    : $LDAP_BIND_LIMIT
 148  19  Enable shadow update          : $LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE
 149  20  Service Search Descriptors Menu
 150 
 151 EOF
 152     ;;
 153     sfx_not_suitable) cat <<EOF
 154 
 155 Sorry, suffix ${LDAP_SUFFIX} is not suitable for Base DN ${LDAP_BASEDN}
 156 
 157 EOF
 158     ;;
 159     obj_not_found) cat <<EOF
 160 
 161 Sorry, ${PROG} can't find an objectclass for "$_ATT" attribute
 162 
 163 EOF
 164     ;;
 165     sfx_config_incons) cat <<EOF
 166 
 167 Sorry, there is no suffix mapping for ${LDAP_SUFFIX},
 168 while ldbm database exists, server configuration needs to be fixed manually,
 169 look at cn=mapping tree,cn=config and cn=ldbm database,cn=plugins,cn=config
 170 
 171 EOF
 172     ;;
 173     ldbm_db_exist) cat <<EOF
 174 
 175 Database "${IDS_DATABASE}" already exists,
 176 however "${IDS_DATABASE_AVAIL}" name is available
 177 
 178 EOF
 179     ;;
 180     unable_find_db_name) cat <<EOF
 181     
 182 Unable to find any available database name close to "${IDS_DATABASE}"
 183 
 184 EOF
 185     ;;
 186     create_ldbm_db_error) cat <<EOF
 187 
 188 ERROR: unable to create suffix ${LDAP_SUFFIX}
 189        due to server error that occurred during creation of ldbm database
 190 
 191 EOF
 192     ;;
 193     create_suffix_entry_error) cat <<EOF
 194 
 195 ERROR: unable to create entry ${LDAP_SUFFIX} of ${LDAP_SUFFIX_OBJ} class
 196 
 197 EOF
 198     ;;
 199     ldap_suffix_list) cat <<EOF
 200 
 201 No valid suffixes (naming contexts) were found for LDAP base DN:
 202 ${LDAP_BASEDN}
 203 
 204 Available suffixes are:
 205 ${LDAP_SUFFIX_LIST}
 206 
 207 EOF
 208     ;;
 209     sorry) cat <<EOF
 210 
 211 HELP - No help is available for this topic.
 212 
 213 EOF
 214     ;;
 215     create_suffix_help) cat <<EOF
 216 
 217 HELP - Our Base DN is ${LDAP_BASEDN}
 218        and we need to create a Directory Suffix,
 219        which can be equal to Base DN itself or be any of Base DN parents.
 220        All intermediate entries up to suffix will be created on demand.
 221 
 222 EOF
 223     ;;
 224     enter_ldbm_db_help) cat <<EOF
 225 
 226 HELP - ldbm database is an internal database for storage of our suffix data.
 227        Database name must be alphanumeric due to Directory Server restriction.
 228 
 229 EOF
 230     ;;
 231     backup_help) cat <<EOF
 232 
 233 HELP - Since idsconfig modifies the directory server configuration,
 234        it is strongly recommended that you backup the server prior
 235        to running this utility.  This is especially true if the server
 236        being configured is a production server.
 237 
 238 EOF
 239     ;;
 240     port_help) cat <<EOF
 241 
 242 HELP - Enter the port number the directory server is configured to
 243        use for LDAP.
 244 
 245 EOF
 246     ;;
 247     domain_help) cat <<EOF
 248 
 249 HELP - This is the DNS domain name this server will be serving.  You
 250        must provide this name even if the server is not going to be populated
 251        with hostnames.  Any unqualified hostname stored in the directory
 252        will be fully qualified using this DNS domain name.
 253 
 254 EOF
 255     ;;
 256     basedn_help) cat <<EOF
 257 
 258 HELP - This parameter defines the default location in the directory tree for
 259        the naming services entries.  You can override this default by using 
 260        serviceSearchDescriptors (SSD). You will be given the option to set up 
 261        an SSD later on in the setup.
 262 
 263 EOF
 264     ;;
 265     profile_help) cat <<EOF
 266 
 267 HELP - Name of the configuration profile with which the clients will be
 268        configured. A directory server can store various profiles for multiple 
 269        groups of clients.  The initialization tool, (ldapclient(1M)), assumes 
 270        "default" unless another is specified.
 271 
 272 EOF
 273     ;;
 274     def_srvlist_help) cat <<EOF
 275 
 276 HELP - Provide a list of directory servers to serve clients using this profile.
 277        All these servers should contain consistent data and provide similar 
 278        functionality.  This list is not ordered, and clients might change the 
 279        order given in this list. Note that this is a space separated list of 
 280        *IP addresses* (not host names).  Providing port numbers is optional.
 281 
 282 EOF
 283     ;;
 284     pref_srvlist_help) cat <<EOF
 285 
 286 HELP - Provide a list of directory servers to serve this client profile. 
 287        Unlike the default server list, which is not ordered, the preferred 
 288        servers must be entered IN THE ORDER you wish to have them contacted. 
 289        If you do specify a preferred server list, clients will always contact 
 290        them before attempting to contact any of the servers on the default 
 291        server list. Note that you must enter the preferred server list as a 
 292        space-separated list of *IP addresses* (not host names).  Providing port 
 293        numbers is optional.
 294 
 295 EOF
 296     ;;
 297     srch_scope_help) cat <<EOF
 298 
 299 HELP - Default search scope to be used for all searches unless they are
 300        overwritten using serviceSearchDescriptors.  The valid options
 301        are "one", which would specify the search will only be performed 
 302        at the base DN for the given service, or "sub", which would specify 
 303        the search will be performed through *all* levels below the base DN 
 304        for the given service.
 305 
 306 EOF
 307     ;;
 308     cred_lvl_help) cat <<EOF
 309 
 310 HELP - This parameter defines what credentials the clients use to
 311        authenticate to the directory server.  This list might contain
 312        multiple credential levels and is ordered.  If a proxy level
 313        is configured, you will also be prompted to enter a bind DN
 314        for the proxy agent along with a password.  This proxy agent
 315        will be created if it does not exist.
 316 
 317 EOF
 318     ;;
 319     auth_help) cat <<EOF
 320 
 321 HELP - The default authentication method(s) to be used by all services
 322        in the client using this profile.  This is a ordered list of
 323        authentication methods separated by a ';'.  The supported methods
 324        are provided in a menu.  Note that sasl/DIGEST-MD5 binds require
 325        passwords to be stored un-encrypted on the server.
 326 
 327 EOF
 328     ;;
 329     srvauth_help) cat <<EOF
 330 
 331 HELP - The authentication methods to be used by a given service.  Currently
 332        3 services support this feature: pam_ldap, keyserv, and passwd-cmd.
 333        The authentication method specified in this attribute overrides
 334        the default authentication method defined in the profile.  This
 335        feature can be used to select stronger authentication methods for
 336        services which require increased security.
 337 
 338 EOF
 339     ;;
 340     pam_ldap_help) cat <<EOF
 341 
 342 HELP - The authentication method(s) to be used by pam_ldap when contacting
 343        the directory server.  This is a ordered list, and, if provided, will
 344        override the default authentication method parameter.
 345 
 346 EOF
 347     ;;
 348     keyserv_help) cat <<EOF
 349 
 350 HELP - The authentication method(s) to be used by newkey(1M) and chkey(1)
 351        when contacting the directory server.  This is a ordered list and
 352        if provided will override the default authentication method
 353        parameter.
 354 
 355 EOF
 356     ;;
 357     passwd-cmd_help) cat <<EOF
 358 
 359 HELP - The authentication method(s) to be used by passwd(1) command when
 360        contacting the directory server.  This is a ordered list and if
 361        provided will override the default authentication method parameter.
 362 
 363 EOF
 364     ;;
 365     referrals_help) cat <<EOF
 366 
 367 HELP - This parameter indicates whether the client should follow
 368        ldap referrals if it encounters one during naming lookups.
 369 
 370 EOF
 371     ;;
 372     tlim_help) cat <<EOF
 373 
 374 HELP - The server time limit value indicates the maximum amount of time the
 375        server would spend on a query from the client before abandoning it.
 376        A value of '-1' indicates no limit.
 377 
 378 EOF
 379     ;;
 380     slim_help) cat <<EOF
 381 
 382 HELP - The server sizelimit value indicates the maximum number of entries
 383        the server would return in respond to a query from the client.  A
 384        value of '-1' indicates no limit.
 385 
 386 EOF
 387     ;;
 388     crypt_help) cat <<EOF
 389 
 390 HELP - By default iDS does not store userPassword attribute values using
 391        unix "crypt" format.  If you need to keep your passwords in the crypt
 392        format for NIS/NIS+ and pam_unix compatibility, choose 'yes'.  If
 393        passwords are stored using any other format than crypt, pam_ldap
 394        MUST be used by clients to authenticate users to the system. Note 
 395        that if you wish to use sasl/DIGEST-MD5 in conjunction with pam_ldap,
 396        user passwords must be stored in the clear format.
 397 
 398 EOF
 399     ;;
 400     srchtime_help) cat <<EOF
 401 
 402 HELP - The search time limit the client will enforce for directory
 403        lookups.
 404 
 405 EOF
 406     ;;
 407     profttl_help) cat <<EOF
 408 
 409 HELP - The time to live value for profile.  The client will refresh its
 410        cached version of the configuration profile at this TTL interval.
 411 
 412 EOF
 413     ;;
 414     bindlim_help) cat <<EOF
 415 
 416 HELP - The time limit for the bind operation to the directory.  This
 417        value controls the responsiveness of the client in case a server
 418        becomes unavailable.  The smallest timeout value for a given
 419        network architecture/conditions would work best.  This is very
 420        similar to setting TCP timeout, but only for LDAP bind operation.
 421 
 422 EOF
 423     ;;
 424     ssd_help) cat <<EOF
 425 
 426 HELP - Using Service Search Descriptors (SSD), you can override the
 427        default configuration for a given service.  The SSD can be
 428        used to override the default search base DN, the default search
 429        scope, and the default search filter to be used for directory
 430        lookups.  SSD are supported for all services (databases)
 431        defined in nsswitch.conf(4).  The default base DN is defined
 432        in ldap(1).
 433 
 434        Note: SSD are powerful tools in defining configuration profiles
 435              and provide a great deal of flexibility.  However, care
 436              must be taken in creating them.  If you decide to make use
 437              of SSDs, consult the documentation first.
 438 
 439 EOF
 440     ;;
 441     ssd_menu_help) cat <<EOF
 442 
 443 HELP - Using this menu SSD can be added, updated, or deleted from
 444        the profile.
 445 
 446        A - This option creates a new SSD by prompting for the
 447            service name, base DN, and scope.  Service name is
 448            any valid service as defined in ldap(1).  base is
 449            either the distinguished name to the container where
 450            this service will use, or a relative DN followed
 451            by a ','.
 452        D - Delete a previously created SSD.
 453        M - Modify a previously created SSD.
 454        P - Display a list of all the previously created SSD.
 455        X - Delete all of the previously created SSD.
 456 
 457        Q - Exit the menu and continue with the server configuration.
 458 
 459 EOF
 460     ;;
 461     ldap_suffix_list_help) cat <<EOF
 462 
 463 HELP - No valid suffixes (naming contexts) are available on server 
 464        ${IDS_SERVER}:${IDS_PORT}.
 465        You must set an LDAP Base DN that can be contained in 
 466        an existing suffix.
 467 
 468 EOF
 469     ;;
 470     enable_shadow_update_help) cat <<EOF
 471 
 472 HELP - Enter 'y' to set up the LDAP server for shadow update.
 473        The setup will add an administrator identity/credential
 474        and modify the necessary access controls for the client
 475        to update shadow(4) data on the LDAP server. If sasl/GSSAPI
 476        is in use, the Kerberos host principal will be used as the
 477        administrator identity.
 478 
 479        Shadow data is used for password aging and account locking.
 480        Please refer to the shadow(4) manual page for details.
 481 
 482 EOF
 483     ;;
 484     add_admin_cred_help) cat <<EOF
 485 
 486 HELP - Start the setup to add an administrator identity/credential
 487        and to modify access controls for the client to update
 488        shadow(4) data on the LDAP server.
 489 
 490        Shadow data is used for password aging and account locking.
 491        Please refer to the shadow(4) manual page for details.
 492 
 493 EOF
 494     ;;
 495     use_host_principal_help) cat <<EOF
 496 
 497 HELP - A profile with a 'sasl/GSSAPI' authentication method and a 'self'
 498        credential level is detected, enter 'y' to modify the necessary
 499        access controls for allowing the client to update shadow(4) data
 500        on the LDAP server.
 501 
 502        Shadow data is used for password aging and account locking.
 503        Please refer to the shadow(4) manual page for details.
 504 
 505 EOF
 506     ;;
 507     esac
 508 }
 509 
 510 
 511 #
 512 # get_ans(): gets an answer from the user.
 513 #               $1  instruction/comment/description/question
 514 #               $2  default value
 515 #
 516 get_ans()
 517 {
 518     if [ -z "$2" ]
 519     then
 520         ${ECHO} "$1 \c"
 521     else
 522         ${ECHO} "$1 [$2] \c"
 523     fi
 524 
 525     read ANS
 526     if [ -z "$ANS" ]
 527     then
 528         ANS=$2
 529     fi
 530 }
 531 
 532 
 533 #
 534 # get_ans_req(): gets an answer (required) from the user, NULL value not allowed.
 535 #               $@  instruction/comment/description/question
 536 #
 537 get_ans_req()
 538 {
 539     ANS=""                  # Set ANS to NULL.
 540     while [ "$ANS" = "" ]
 541     do 
 542         get_ans "$@"
 543         [ "$ANS" = "" ] && ${ECHO} "NULL value not allowed!"
 544     done
 545 }
 546 
 547 
 548 #
 549 # get_number(): Querys and verifies that number entered is numeric.
 550 #               Function will repeat prompt user for number value.
 551 #               $1  Message text.
 552 #               $2  default value.
 553 #               $3  Help argument.
 554 #
 555 get_number()
 556 {
 557     ANS=""                  # Set ANS to NULL.
 558     NUM=""
 559 
 560     get_ans "$1" "$2"
 561 
 562     # Verify that value is numeric.
 563     while not_numeric $ANS
 564     do
 565         case "$ANS" in
 566             [Hh] | help | Help | \?) display_msg ${3:-sorry} ;;
 567             * ) ${ECHO} "Invalid value: \"${ANS}\". \c"
 568              ;;
 569         esac
 570         # Get a new value.
 571         get_ans "Enter a numeric value:" "$2"
 572     done
 573     NUM=$ANS
 574 }
 575 
 576 
 577 #
 578 # get_negone_num(): Only allows a -1 or positive integer.
 579 #                   Used for values where -1 has special meaning.
 580 #
 581 #                   $1 - Prompt message.
 582 #                   $2 - Default value (require).
 583 #                   $3 - Optional help argument.
 584 get_negone_num()
 585 {
 586     while :
 587     do
 588         get_number "$1" "$2" "$3"
 589         if is_negative $ANS
 590         then
 591             if [ "$ANS" = "-1" ]; then
 592                 break  # -1 is OK, so break.
 593             else       # Need to re-enter number.
 594                 ${ECHO} "Invalid number: please enter -1 or positive number."
 595             fi
 596         else
 597             break      # Positive number
 598         fi
 599     done
 600 }
 601 
 602 
 603 #
 604 # get_passwd(): Reads a password from the user and verify with second.
 605 #               $@  instruction/comment/description/question
 606 #
 607 get_passwd()
 608 {
 609     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In get_passwd()"
 610 
 611     # Temporary PASSWD variables
 612     _PASS1=""
 613     _PASS2=""
 614 
 615     /usr/bin/stty -echo     # Turn echo OFF
 616 
 617     # Endless loop that continues until passwd and re-entered passwd
 618     # match.
 619     while :
 620     do
 621         ANS=""                  # Set ANS to NULL.
 622 
 623         # Don't allow NULL for first try.
 624         while [ "$ANS" = "" ]
 625         do
 626             get_ans "$@"
 627             [ "$ANS" = "" ] && ${ECHO} "" && ${ECHO} "NULL passwd not allowed!"
 628         done
 629         _PASS1=$ANS         # Store first try.
 630 
 631         # Get second try.
 632         ${ECHO} ""
 633         get_ans "Re-enter passwd:"
 634         _PASS2=$ANS
 635 
 636         # Test if passwords are identical.
 637         if [ "$_PASS1" = "$_PASS2" ]; then
 638             break
 639         fi
 640         
 641         # Move cursor down to next line and print ERROR message.
 642         ${ECHO} ""
 643         ${ECHO} "ERROR: passwords don't match; try again."
 644     done
 645 
 646     /usr/bin/stty echo      # Turn echo ON
 647 
 648     ${ECHO} ""
 649 }
 650 
 651 
 652 #
 653 # get_passwd_nochk(): Reads a password from the user w/o check.
 654 #               $@  instruction/comment/description/question
 655 #
 656 get_passwd_nochk()
 657 {
 658     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In get_passwd_nochk()"
 659 
 660     /usr/bin/stty -echo     # Turn echo OFF
 661 
 662     get_ans "$@"
 663 
 664     /usr/bin/stty echo      # Turn echo ON
 665 
 666     ${ECHO} ""
 667 }
 668 
 669 
 670 #
 671 # get_menu_choice(): Get a menu choice from user.  Continue prompting
 672 #                    till the choice is in required range.
 673 #   $1 .. Message text.
 674 #   $2 .. min value
 675 #   $3 .. max value
 676 #   $4 .. OPTIONAL: default value
 677 #
 678 #   Return value: 
 679 #     MN_CH will contain the value selected.
 680 #
 681 get_menu_choice()
 682 {
 683     # Check for req parameter.
 684     if [ $# -lt 3 ]; then
 685         ${ECHO} "get_menu_choice(): Did not get required parameters."
 686         return 1
 687     fi
 688 
 689     while :
 690     do
 691         get_ans "$1" "$4"
 692         MN_CH=$ANS
 693         is_negative $MN_CH
 694         if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
 695             if [ $MN_CH -ge $2 ]; then
 696                 if [ $MN_CH -le $3 ]; then
 697                     return
 698                 fi
 699             fi
 700         fi
 701         ${ECHO} "Invalid choice: $MN_CH"
 702     done
 703 }
 704 
 705 
 706 #
 707 # get_confirm(): Get confirmation from the user. (Y/Yes or N/No)
 708 #                $1 - Message
 709 #                $2 - default value.
 710 #
 711 get_confirm()
 712 {
 713     _ANSWER=
 714 
 715     while :
 716     do
 717         # Display Internal ERROR if $2 not set.
 718         if [ -z "$2" ]
 719         then
 720             ${ECHO} "INTERNAL ERROR: get_confirm requires 2 args, 3rd is optional."
 721             exit 2
 722         fi
 723 
 724         # Display prompt.
 725         ${ECHO} "$1 [$2] \c"
 726 
 727         # Get the ANSWER.
 728         read _ANSWER
 729         if [ "$_ANSWER" = "" ] && [ -n "$2" ] ; then
 730             _ANSWER=$2
 731         fi
 732         case "$_ANSWER" in
 733             [Yy] | yes | Yes | YES) return 1 ;;
 734             [Nn] | no  | No  | NO)  return 0 ;;
 735             [Hh] | help | Help | \?) display_msg ${3:-sorry};;
 736             * ) ${ECHO} "Please enter y or n."  ;;
 737         esac
 738     done
 739 }
 740 
 741 
 742 #
 743 # get_confirm_nodef(): Get confirmation from the user. (Y/Yes or N/No)
 744 #                      No default value supported.
 745 #
 746 get_confirm_nodef()
 747 {
 748     _ANSWER=
 749 
 750     while :
 751     do
 752         ${ECHO} "$@ \c"
 753         read _ANSWER
 754         case "$_ANSWER" in
 755             [Yy] | yes | Yes | YES) return 1 ;;
 756             [Nn] | no  | No  | NO)  return 0 ;;
 757             * ) ${ECHO} "Please enter y or n."  ;;
 758         esac
 759     done
 760 }
 761 
 762 
 763 #
 764 # is_numeric(): Tells is a string is numeric.
 765 #    0 = Numeric
 766 #    1 = NOT Numeric
 767 #
 768 is_numeric()
 769 {
 770     # Check for parameter.
 771     if [ $# -ne 1 ]; then
 772         return 1
 773     fi
 774 
 775     # Determine if numeric.
 776     expr "$1" + 1 > /dev/null 2>&1
 777     if [ $? -ge 2 ]; then
 778         return 1
 779     fi
 780 
 781     # Made it here, it's Numeric.
 782     return 0
 783 }
 784 
 785 
 786 #
 787 # not_numeric(): Reverses the return values of is_numeric.  Useful
 788 #                 for if and while statements that want to test for
 789 #                 non-numeric data.
 790 #    0 = NOT Numeric
 791 #    1 = Numeric
 792 #
 793 not_numeric()
 794 {
 795     is_numeric $1
 796     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
 797        return 1
 798     else
 799        return 0
 800     fi
 801 }
 802 
 803 
 804 #
 805 # is_negative(): Tells is a Numeric value is less than zero.
 806 #    0 = Negative Numeric
 807 #    1 = Positive Numeric
 808 #    2 = NOT Numeric
 809 #
 810 is_negative()
 811 {
 812     # Check for parameter.
 813     if [ $# -ne 1 ]; then
 814         return 1
 815     fi
 816 
 817     # Determine if numeric.  Can't use expr because -0 is 
 818     # considered positive??
 819     if is_numeric $1; then
 820         case "$1" in 
 821             -*)  return 0 ;;   # Negative Numeric
 822             *)   return 1 ;;   # Positive Numeric
 823         esac
 824     else
 825         return 2
 826     fi
 827 }
 828 
 829 
 830 #
 831 # check_domainname(): check validity of a domain name.  Currently we check
 832 #                     that it has at least two components.
 833 #               $1  the domain name to be checked
 834 #
 835 check_domainname()
 836 {
 837     if [ ! -z "$1" ]
 838     then
 839         t=`expr "$1" : '[^.]\{1,\}[.][^.]\{1,\}'`
 840         if [ "$t" = 0 ]
 841         then
 842             return 1
 843         fi
 844     fi
 845     return 0
 846 }
 847 
 848 
 849 #
 850 # check_baseDN(): check validity of the baseDN name.
 851 #               $1  the baseDN name to be checked
 852 #
 853 #     NOTE: The check_baseDN function does not catch all invalid DN's.
 854 #           Its purpose is to reduce the number of invalid DN's to 
 855 #           get past the input routine.  The invalid DN's will be 
 856 #           caught by the LDAP server when they are attempted to be 
 857 #           created.
 858 #
 859 check_baseDN()
 860 {
 861     ck_DN=$1
 862     ${ECHO} "  Checking LDAP Base DN ..."
 863     if [ ! -z "$ck_DN" ]; then
 864         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "Checking baseDN: $ck_DN"
 865         # Check for = (assignment operator)
 866         ${ECHO} "$ck_DN" | ${GREP} "=" > /dev/null 2>&1
 867         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
 868             [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "check_baseDN: No '=' in baseDN."
 869             return 1
 870         fi
 871    
 872         # Check all keys.
 873         while :
 874         do
 875             # Get first key.
 876             dkey=`${ECHO} $ck_DN | cut -d'=' -f1`
 877 
 878             # Check that the key string is valid
 879             check_attrName $dkey
 880             if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then 
 881                 [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "check_baseDN: invalid key=${dkey}" 
 882                 return 1 
 883             fi
 884 
 885             [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "check_baseDN: valid key=${dkey}" 
 886 
 887             # Remove first key from DN
 888             ck_DN=`${ECHO} $ck_DN | cut -s -d',' -f2-`
 889 
 890             # Break loop if nothing left.
 891             if [ "$ck_DN" = "" ]; then
 892                 break
 893             fi
 894         done
 895     fi
 896     return 0
 897 }
 898 
 899 
 900 #
 901 # domain_2_dc(): Convert a domain name into dc string.
 902 #    $1  .. Domain name.
 903 #
 904 domain_2_dc()
 905 {
 906     _DOM=$1           # Domain parameter.
 907     _DOM_2_DC=""      # Return value from function.
 908     _FIRST=1          # Flag for first time.
 909     
 910     export _DOM_2_DC  # Make visible for others.
 911 
 912     # Convert "."'s to spaces for "for" loop.
 913     domtmp="`${ECHO} ${_DOM} | tr '.' ' '`"
 914     for i in $domtmp; do
 915         if [ $_FIRST -eq 1 ]; then 
 916             _DOM_2_DC="dc=${i}"
 917             _FIRST=0
 918         else
 919             _DOM_2_DC="${_DOM_2_DC},dc=${i}"
 920         fi
 921     done
 922 }
 923 
 924 
 925 #
 926 # is_root_user(): Check to see if logged in as root user.
 927 #
 928 is_root_user()
 929 {
 930     case `id` in
 931         uid=0\(root\)*) return 0 ;;
 932         * )             return 1 ;;
 933     esac
 934 }
 935 
 936 
 937 #
 938 # parse_arg(): Parses the command line arguments and sets the 
 939 #              appropriate variables.
 940 #
 941 parse_arg()
 942 {
 943     while getopts "dvhi:o:" ARG
 944     do
 945         case $ARG in
 946             d)      DEBUG=1;;
 947             v)      VERB="";;
 948             i)      INPUT_FILE=$OPTARG;;
 949             o)      OUTPUT_FILE=$OPTARG;;
 950             \?) display_msg usage
 951                     exit 1;;
 952             *)  ${ECHO} "**ERROR: Supported option missing handler!"
 953                     display_msg usage
 954                     exit 1;;
 955         esac
 956     done
 957     return `expr $OPTIND - 1`
 958 }
 959 
 960 
 961 #
 962 # init(): initializes variables and options
 963 #
 964 init()
 965 {
 966     # General variables.
 967     PROG=`basename $0`  # Program name
 968     PID=$$              # Program ID
 969     VERB='> /dev/null 2>&1'   # NULL or "> /dev/null"
 970     ECHO="/bin/echo"    # print message on screen
 971     EVAL="eval"         # eval or echo
 972     EGREP="/usr/bin/egrep"
 973     GREP="/usr/bin/grep"
 974     DEBUG=0             # Set Debug OFF
 975     BACKUP=no_ldap      # backup suffix
 976     HOST=""             # NULL or <hostname>
 977     NAWK="/usr/bin/nawk"
 978     RM="/usr/bin/rm"
 979     WC="/usr/bin/wc"
 980     CAT="/usr/bin/cat"
 981     SED="/usr/bin/sed"
 982     MV="/usr/bin/mv"
 983 
 984     DOM=""              # Set to NULL
 985     # If DNS domain (resolv.conf) exists use that, otherwise use domainname.
 986     if [ -f /etc/resolv.conf ]; then
 987         DOM=`/usr/bin/grep -i -E '^domain|^search' /etc/resolv.conf \
 988             | awk '{ print $2 }' | tail -1`
 989     fi
 990 
 991     # If for any reason the DOM did not get set (error'd resolv.conf) set
 992     # DOM to the domainname command's output.
 993     if [ "$DOM" = "" ]; then
 994         DOM=`domainname`        # domain from domainname command.
 995     fi
 996 
 997     STEP=1
 998     INTERACTIVE=1       # 0 = on, 1 = off (For input file mode)
 999     DEL_OLD_PROFILE=0   # 0 (default), 1 = delete old profile.
1000 
1001     # idsconfig specific variables.
1002     INPUT_FILE=""
1003     OUTPUT_FILE=""
1004     LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE="FALSE"
1005     NEED_PROXY=0        # 0 = No Proxy,    1 = Create Proxy.
1006     NEED_ADMIN=0        # 0 = No Admin,    1 = Create Admin.
1007     NEED_HOSTACL=0      # 0 = No Host ACL, 1 = Create Host ACL.
1008     EXISTING_PROFILE=0
1009     LDAP_PROXYAGENT=""
1010     LDAP_ADMINDN=""
1011     LDAP_SUFFIX=""
1012     LDAP_DOMAIN=$DOM    # domainname on Server (default value)
1013     GEN_CMD=""
1014     PROXY_ACI_NAME="LDAP_Naming_Services_proxy_password_read"
1015 
1016     # LDAP COMMANDS
1017     LDAPSEARCH="/bin/ldapsearch -r"
1018     LDAPMODIFY=/bin/ldapmodify
1019     LDAPADD=/bin/ldapadd
1020     LDAPDELETE=/bin/ldapdelete
1021     LDAP_GEN_PROFILE=/usr/sbin/ldap_gen_profile
1022 
1023     # iDS specific information
1024     IDS_SERVER=""
1025     IDS_PORT=389
1026     NEED_TIME=0
1027     NEED_SIZE=0
1028     NEED_SRVAUTH_PAM=0
1029     NEED_SRVAUTH_KEY=0
1030     NEED_SRVAUTH_CMD=0
1031     IDS_TIMELIMIT=""
1032     IDS_SIZELIMIT=""
1033 
1034     # LDAP PROFILE related defaults
1035     LDAP_ROOTDN="cn=Directory Manager"   # Provide common default.
1036     LDAP_ROOTPWD=""                      # NULL passwd as default (i.e. invalid)
1037     LDAP_PROFILE_NAME="default"
1038     LDAP_BASEDN=""
1039     LDAP_SERVER_LIST=""
1040     LDAP_AUTHMETHOD=""
1041     LDAP_FOLLOWREF="FALSE"
1042     NEED_CRYPT=""
1043     LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE="one"
1044     LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM=""
1045     LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY=""
1046     LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD=""
1047     LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT=30
1048     LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST=""
1049     LDAP_PROFILE_TTL=43200
1050     LDAP_CRED_LEVEL="proxy"
1051     LDAP_BIND_LIMIT=10
1052 
1053     # Prevent new files from being read by group or others.
1054     umask 077
1055 
1056     # Service Search Descriptors
1057     LDAP_SERV_SRCH_DES=""
1058 
1059     # Set and create TMPDIR.
1060     TMPDIR="/tmp/idsconfig.${PID}"
1061     if mkdir -m 700 ${TMPDIR}
1062     then
1063         # Cleanup on exit.
1064         trap 'rm -rf ${TMPDIR}; /usr/bin/stty echo; exit' 1 2 3 6 15
1065     else
1066         echo "ERROR: unable to create a safe temporary directory."
1067         exit 1
1068     fi
1069     LDAP_ROOTPWF=${TMPDIR}/rootPWD
1070 
1071     # Set the SSD file name after setting TMPDIR.
1072     SSD_FILE=${TMPDIR}/ssd_list
1073 
1074     # GSSAPI setup
1075     GSSAPI_ENABLE=0
1076     LDAP_KRB_REALM=""
1077     SCHEMA_UPDATED=0
1078     
1079     export DEBUG VERB ECHO EVAL EGREP GREP STEP TMPDIR
1080     export IDS_SERVER IDS_PORT LDAP_ROOTDN LDAP_ROOTPWD LDAP_SERVER_LIST 
1081     export LDAP_BASEDN LDAP_ROOTPWF
1082     export LDAP_DOMAIN LDAP_SUFFIX LDAP_PROXYAGENT LDAP_PROXYAGENT_CRED
1083     export NEED_PROXY
1084     export LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE LDAP_ADMINDN LDAP_ADMIN_CRED
1085     export NEED_ADMIN NEED_HOSTACL EXISTING_PROFILE
1086     export LDAP_PROFILE_NAME LDAP_BASEDN LDAP_SERVER_LIST 
1087     export LDAP_AUTHMETHOD LDAP_FOLLOWREF LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT
1088     export LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST LDAP_PROFILE_TTL LDAP_CRED_LEVEL LDAP_BIND_LIMIT
1089     export NEED_SRVAUTH_PAM NEED_SRVAUTH_KEY NEED_SRVAUTH_CMD
1090     export LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD
1091     export LDAP_SERV_SRCH_DES SSD_FILE
1092     export GEN_CMD GSSAPI_ENABLE LDAP_KRB_REALM SCHEMA_UPDATED
1093 }
1094 
1095 
1096 #
1097 # disp_full_debug(): List of all debug variables usually interested in.
1098 #                    Grouped to avoid MASSIVE code duplication.
1099 #
1100 disp_full_debug()
1101 {
1102     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  IDS_SERVER = $IDS_SERVER"
1103     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  IDS_PORT = $IDS_PORT"
1104     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_ROOTDN = $LDAP_ROOTDN"
1105     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_ROOTPWD = $LDAP_ROOTPWD"
1106     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_DOMAIN = $LDAP_DOMAIN"
1107     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_SUFFIX = $LDAP_SUFFIX"
1108     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_BASEDN = $LDAP_BASEDN"
1109     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_PROFILE_NAME = $LDAP_PROFILE_NAME"
1110     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_SERVER_LIST = $LDAP_SERVER_LIST"
1111     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST = $LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST"
1112     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE = $LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE"
1113     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_CRED_LEVEL = $LDAP_CRED_LEVEL"
1114     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_AUTHMETHOD = $LDAP_AUTHMETHOD"
1115     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_FOLLOWREF = $LDAP_FOLLOWREF"
1116     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  IDS_TIMELIMIT = $IDS_TIMELIMIT"
1117     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  IDS_SIZELIMIT = $IDS_SIZELIMIT"
1118     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  NEED_CRYPT = $NEED_CRYPT"
1119     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  NEED_SRVAUTH_PAM = $NEED_SRVAUTH_PAM"
1120     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  NEED_SRVAUTH_KEY = $NEED_SRVAUTH_KEY"
1121     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  NEED_SRVAUTH_CMD = $NEED_SRVAUTH_CMD"
1122     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM = $LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM"
1123     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY = $LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY"
1124     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD = $LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD"
1125     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT = $LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT"
1126     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_PROFILE_TTL = $LDAP_PROFILE_TTL"
1127     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_BIND_LIMIT = $LDAP_BIND_LIMIT"
1128     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE = $LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE"
1129 
1130     # Only display proxy stuff if needed.
1131     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  NEED_PROXY = $NEED_PROXY"
1132     if [ $NEED_PROXY -eq  1 ]; then
1133         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_PROXYAGENT = $LDAP_PROXYAGENT"
1134         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_PROXYAGENT_CRED = $LDAP_PROXYAGENT_CRED"
1135     fi
1136 
1137     # Only display admin credential if needed.
1138     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  NEED_ADMIN = $NEED_ADMIN"
1139     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  NEED_HOSTACL = $NEED_HOSTACL"
1140     if [ $NEED_ADMIN -eq  1 ]; then
1141         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_ADMINDN = $LDAP_ADMINDN"
1142         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_ADMIN_CRED = $LDAP_ADMIN_CRED"
1143     fi
1144 
1145     # Service Search Descriptors are a special case.
1146     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_SERV_SRCH_DES = $LDAP_SERV_SRCH_DES"
1147 }
1148 
1149 
1150 #
1151 # load_config_file(): Loads the config file.
1152 #
1153 load_config_file()
1154 {
1155     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In load_config_file()"
1156 
1157     # Remove SSD lines from input file before sourcing.
1158     # The SSD lines must be removed because some forms of the 
1159     # data could cause SHELL errors.
1160     ${GREP} -v "LDAP_SERV_SRCH_DES=" ${INPUT_FILE} > ${TMPDIR}/inputfile.noSSD
1161 
1162     # Source the input file. 
1163     . ${TMPDIR}/inputfile.noSSD
1164 
1165     # If LDAP_SUFFIX is no set, try to utilize LDAP_TREETOP since older 
1166     # config files use LDAP_TREETOP
1167     LDAP_SUFFIX="${LDAP_SUFFIX:-$LDAP_TREETOP}"
1168 
1169     # Save password to temporary file.
1170     save_password
1171 
1172     # Create the SSD file.
1173     create_ssd_file
1174 
1175     # Display FULL debugging info.
1176     disp_full_debug
1177 }
1178 
1179 #
1180 # save_password(): Save password to temporary file.
1181 #
1182 save_password()
1183 {
1184     cat > ${LDAP_ROOTPWF} <<EOF
1185 ${LDAP_ROOTPWD}
1186 EOF
1187 }
1188 
1189 ######################################################################
1190 # FUNCTIONS  FOR prompt_config_info() START HERE.
1191 ######################################################################
1192 
1193 #
1194 # get_ids_server(): Prompt for iDS server name.
1195 #
1196 get_ids_server()
1197 {
1198     while :
1199     do
1200         # Prompt for server name.
1201         get_ans "Enter the JES Directory Server's  hostname to setup:" "$IDS_SERVER" 
1202         IDS_SERVER="$ANS"
1203 
1204         # Ping server to see if live.  If valid break out of loop.
1205         ping $IDS_SERVER > /dev/null 2>&1
1206         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
1207             break
1208         fi
1209 
1210         # Invalid server, enter a new name.
1211         ${ECHO} "ERROR: Server '${IDS_SERVER}' is invalid or unreachable."
1212         IDS_SERVER=""
1213     done
1214 
1215     # Set SERVER_ARGS and LDAP_ARGS since values might of changed.
1216     SERVER_ARGS="-h ${IDS_SERVER} -p ${IDS_PORT}"
1217     LDAP_ARGS="${SERVER_ARGS} ${AUTH_ARGS}"
1218     export SERVER_ARGS
1219 
1220 }
1221 
1222 #
1223 # get_ids_port(): Prompt for iDS port number.
1224 #
1225 get_ids_port()
1226 {
1227     # Get a valid iDS port number.
1228     while :
1229     do
1230         # Enter port number.
1231         get_number "Enter the port number for iDS (h=help):" "$IDS_PORT" "port_help"
1232         IDS_PORT=$ANS
1233         # Do a simple search to check hostname and port number.
1234         # If search returns SUCCESS, break out, host and port must
1235         # be valid.
1236         ${LDAPSEARCH} -h ${IDS_SERVER} -p ${IDS_PORT} -b "" -s base "objectclass=*" > /dev/null 2>&1
1237         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
1238             break
1239         fi
1240         
1241         # Invalid host/port pair, Re-enter.
1242         ${ECHO} "ERROR: Invalid host or port: ${IDS_SERVER}:${IDS_PORT}, Please re-enter!"
1243         get_ids_server
1244     done
1245 
1246     # Set SERVER_ARGS and LDAP_ARGS since values might of changed.
1247     SERVER_ARGS="-h ${IDS_SERVER} -p ${IDS_PORT}"
1248     LDAP_ARGS="${SERVER_ARGS} ${AUTH_ARGS}"
1249     export SERVER_ARGS
1250 }
1251 
1252 
1253 #
1254 # chk_ids_version(): Read the slapd config file and set variables
1255 #
1256 chk_ids_version() 
1257 {
1258     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In chk_ids_version()"
1259 
1260     # check iDS version number.
1261     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${SERVER_ARGS} -b cn=monitor -s base \"objectclass=*\" version | ${GREP} \"^version=\" | cut -f2 -d'/' | cut -f1 -d' ' > ${TMPDIR}/checkDSver 2>&1"
1262     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
1263         ${ECHO} "ERROR: Can not determine the version number of iDS!"
1264         exit 1
1265     fi
1266     IDS_VER=`cat ${TMPDIR}/checkDSver`
1267     IDS_MAJVER=`${ECHO} ${IDS_VER} | cut -f1 -d.`
1268     IDS_MINVER=`${ECHO} ${IDS_VER} | cut -f2 -d.`
1269     case "${IDS_MAJVER}" in
1270         5|6|7)  : ;;
1271         *)   ${ECHO} "ERROR: $PROG only works with JES DS version 5.x, 6.x or 7.x, not ${IDS_VER}."; exit 1;;
1272     esac
1273 
1274     if [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ]; then
1275         ${ECHO} "  IDS_MAJVER = $IDS_MAJVER"
1276         ${ECHO} "  IDS_MINVER = $IDS_MINVER"
1277     fi
1278 }
1279 
1280 
1281 #
1282 # get_dirmgr_dn(): Get the directory manger DN.
1283 #
1284 get_dirmgr_dn()
1285 {
1286     get_ans "Enter the directory manager DN:" "$LDAP_ROOTDN"
1287     LDAP_ROOTDN=$ANS
1288 
1289     # Update ENV variables using DN.
1290     AUTH_ARGS="-D \"${LDAP_ROOTDN}\" -j ${LDAP_ROOTPWF}"
1291     LDAP_ARGS="${SERVER_ARGS} ${AUTH_ARGS}"
1292     export AUTH_ARGS LDAP_ARGS
1293 }
1294 
1295 
1296 #
1297 # get_dirmgr_pw(): Get the Root DN passwd. (Root DN found in slapd.conf)
1298 #
1299 get_dirmgr_pw()
1300 {
1301     while :
1302     do
1303         # Get passwd.
1304         get_passwd_nochk "Enter passwd for ${LDAP_ROOTDN} :" 
1305         LDAP_ROOTPWD=$ANS
1306 
1307         # Store password in file.
1308         save_password
1309 
1310         # Update ENV variables using DN's PW.
1311         AUTH_ARGS="-D \"${LDAP_ROOTDN}\" -j ${LDAP_ROOTPWF}"
1312         LDAP_ARGS="${SERVER_ARGS} ${AUTH_ARGS}"
1313         export AUTH_ARGS LDAP_ARGS
1314 
1315         # Verify that ROOTDN and ROOTPWD are valid.
1316         eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" > ${TMPDIR}/checkDN 2>&1"
1317         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
1318             eval "${GREP} credential ${TMPDIR}/checkDN ${VERB}"
1319             if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
1320                 ${ECHO} "ERROR: Root DN passwd is invalid."
1321             else
1322                 ${ECHO} "ERROR: Invalid Root DN <${LDAP_ROOTDN}>."
1323                 get_dirmgr_dn
1324             fi
1325         else
1326             break         # Both are valid.
1327         fi
1328     done
1329 
1330 
1331 }
1332 
1333 
1334 #
1335 # get_domain(): Get the Domain that will be served by the LDAP server.
1336 #               $1 - Help argument.
1337 #
1338 get_domain()
1339 {
1340     # Use LDAP_DOMAIN as default.
1341     get_ans "Enter the domainname to be served (h=help):" $LDAP_DOMAIN
1342 
1343     # Check domainname, and have user re-enter if not valid.
1344     check_domainname $ANS
1345     while [ $? -ne 0 ]
1346     do
1347         case "$ANS" in
1348             [Hh] | help | Help | \?) display_msg ${1:-sorry} ;;
1349             * ) ${ECHO} "Invalid domainname: \"${ANS}\"."
1350              ;;
1351         esac
1352         get_ans "Enter domainname to be served (h=help):" $DOM
1353         
1354         check_domainname $ANS
1355     done
1356     
1357     # Set the domainname to valid name.
1358     LDAP_DOMAIN=$ANS
1359 }
1360 
1361 
1362 #
1363 # get_basedn(): Query for the Base DN.
1364 #
1365 get_basedn()
1366 {
1367     # Set the $_DOM_2_DC and assign to LDAP_BASEDN as default.
1368     # Then call get_basedn().  This method remakes the default
1369     # each time just in case the domain changed.
1370     domain_2_dc $LDAP_DOMAIN
1371     LDAP_BASEDN=$_DOM_2_DC
1372 
1373     # Get Base DN.
1374     while :
1375     do
1376         get_ans_req "Enter LDAP Base DN (h=help):" "${_DOM_2_DC}"
1377         check_baseDN "$ANS"
1378         while [ $? -ne 0 ]
1379         do
1380             case "$ANS" in
1381                 [Hh] | help | Help | \?) display_msg basedn_help ;;
1382                 * ) ${ECHO} "Invalid base DN: \"${ANS}\"."
1383                 ;;
1384             esac
1385 
1386             # Re-Enter the BaseDN
1387             get_ans_req "Enter LDAP Base DN (h=help):" "${_DOM_2_DC}"
1388             check_baseDN "$ANS"
1389         done
1390 
1391         # Set base DN and check its suffix
1392         LDAP_BASEDN=${ANS}
1393         check_basedn_suffix ||
1394         {
1395                 cleanup
1396                 exit 1
1397         }
1398 
1399         # suffix may need to be created, in that case get suffix from user
1400         [ -n "${NEED_CREATE_SUFFIX}" ] &&
1401         {
1402                 get_suffix || continue
1403         }
1404 
1405         # suffix is ok, break out of the base dn inquire loop
1406         break
1407     done
1408 }
1409 
1410 #
1411 # get_want_shadow_update(): Ask user if want to enable shadow update?
1412 #
1413 get_want_shadow_update()
1414 {
1415     MSG="Do you want to enable shadow update (y/n/h)?"
1416     get_confirm "$MSG" "n" "enable_shadow_update_help"
1417     if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
1418         LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE="TRUE"
1419     else
1420         LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE="FALSE"
1421     fi
1422 }
1423 
1424 get_krb_realm() {
1425 
1426     # To upper cases
1427     LDAP_KRB_REALM=`${ECHO} ${LDAP_DOMAIN} | ${NAWK} '{ print toupper($0) }'`
1428     get_ans_req "Enter Kerberos Realm:" "$LDAP_KRB_REALM"
1429     # To upper cases
1430     LDAP_KRB_REALM=`${ECHO} ${ANS} | ${NAWK} '{ print toupper($0) }'`
1431 }
1432 
1433 # $1: DN
1434 # $2: ldif file
1435 add_entry_by_DN() {
1436 
1437     ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${1}\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" ${VERB}"
1438     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
1439             ${ECHO} "  ${1} already exists"
1440             return 0
1441     else
1442         ${EVAL} "${LDAPADD} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${2} ${VERB}"
1443         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
1444                 ${ECHO} "  ${1} is added"
1445                 return 0
1446         else
1447                 ${ECHO} "  ERROR: failed to add ${1}"
1448                 return 1
1449         fi
1450     fi
1451 
1452 }
1453 #
1454 # Kerberos princiapl to DN mapping rules
1455 #
1456 # Add rules for host credentails and user credentials
1457 #
1458 add_id_mapping_rules() {
1459 
1460     ${ECHO} "  Adding Kerberos principal to DN mapping rules..."
1461 
1462     _C_DN="cn=GSSAPI,cn=identity mapping,cn=config"
1463     ( cat << EOF
1464 dn: cn=GSSAPI,cn=identity mapping,cn=config
1465 objectClass: top
1466 objectClass: nsContainer
1467 cn: GSSAPI
1468 EOF
1469 ) > ${TMPDIR}/GSSAPI_container.ldif
1470 
1471     add_entry_by_DN "${_C_DN}" "${TMPDIR}/GSSAPI_container.ldif"
1472     if [ $? -ne 0 ];
1473     then
1474         ${RM} ${TMPDIR}/GSSAPI_container.ldif
1475         return
1476     fi
1477 
1478     _H_CN="host_auth_${LDAP_KRB_REALM}"
1479     _H_DN="cn=${_H_CN}, ${_C_DN}"
1480     ( cat << EOF
1481 dn: ${_H_DN}
1482 objectClass: top
1483 objectClass: nsContainer
1484 objectClass: dsIdentityMapping
1485 objectClass: dsPatternMatching
1486 cn: ${_H_CN}
1487 dsMatching-pattern: \${Principal}
1488 dsMatching-regexp: host\/(.*).${LDAP_DOMAIN}@${LDAP_KRB_REALM}
1489 dsSearchBaseDN: ou=hosts,${LDAP_BASEDN}
1490 dsSearchFilter: (&(objectClass=ipHost)(cn=\$1))
1491 dsSearchScope: one
1492 
1493 EOF
1494 ) > ${TMPDIR}/${_H_CN}.ldif
1495 
1496     add_entry_by_DN "${_H_DN}" "${TMPDIR}/${_H_CN}.ldif"
1497 
1498     _U_CN="user_auth_${LDAP_KRB_REALM}"
1499     _U_DN="cn=${_U_CN}, ${_C_DN}"
1500     ( cat << EOF
1501 dn: ${_U_DN}
1502 objectClass: top
1503 objectClass: nsContainer
1504 objectClass: dsIdentityMapping
1505 objectClass: dsPatternMatching
1506 cn: ${_U_CN}
1507 dsMatching-pattern: \${Principal}
1508 dsMatching-regexp: (.*)@${LDAP_KRB_REALM}
1509 dsMappedDN: uid=\$1,ou=People,${LDAP_BASEDN}
1510 
1511 EOF
1512 ) > ${TMPDIR}/${_U_CN}.ldif
1513 
1514     add_entry_by_DN "${_U_DN}" "${TMPDIR}/${_U_CN}.ldif"
1515 
1516 }
1517 
1518 
1519 #
1520 # Modify ACL to allow root to read all the password and only self can read
1521 # its own password when sasl/GSSAPI bind is used
1522 #
1523 modify_userpassword_acl_for_gssapi() {
1524 
1525     _P_DN="ou=People,${LDAP_BASEDN}"
1526     _H_DN="ou=Hosts,${LDAP_BASEDN}"
1527     _P_ACI="self-read-pwd"
1528 
1529     ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${_P_DN}\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" > /dev/null 2>&1" 
1530     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
1531             ${ECHO} "  ${_P_DN} does not exist"
1532         # Not Found. Create a new entry
1533         ( cat << EOF
1534 dn: ${_P_DN}
1535 ou: People
1536 objectClass: top
1537 objectClass: organizationalUnit
1538 EOF
1539 ) > ${TMPDIR}/gssapi_people.ldif
1540 
1541         add_entry_by_DN "${_P_DN}" "${TMPDIR}/gssapi_people.ldif"
1542     else 
1543         ${ECHO} "  ${_P_DN} already exists"
1544     fi
1545 
1546     ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${_P_DN}\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" aci > ${TMPDIR}/chk_gssapi_aci 2>&1"
1547 
1548     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
1549             ${EVAL} "${GREP} ${_P_ACI} ${TMPDIR}/chk_gssapi_aci > /dev/null 2>&1"
1550             if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
1551                 ${ECHO} "  userpassword ACL ${_P_ACI} already exists."
1552                 return
1553             else
1554                 ${ECHO} "  userpassword ACL ${_P_ACI} not found. Create a new one."
1555             fi
1556     else
1557         ${ECHO} "  Error searching aci for ${_P_DN}"
1558         cat ${TMPDIR}/chk_gssapi_aci
1559         cleanup
1560         exit 1
1561     fi
1562     ( cat << EOF
1563 dn: ${_P_DN}
1564 changetype: modify
1565 add: aci
1566 aci: (targetattr="userPassword")(version 3.0; acl self-read-pwd; allow (read,search) userdn="ldap:///self" and authmethod="sasl GSSAPI";)
1567 -
1568 add: aci
1569 aci: (targetattr="userPassword")(version 3.0; acl host-read-pwd; allow (read,search) userdn="ldap:///cn=*+ipHostNumber=*,ou=Hosts,${LDAP_BASEDN}" and authmethod="sasl GSSAPI";)
1570 EOF
1571 ) > ${TMPDIR}/user_gssapi.ldif
1572     LDAP_TYPE_OR_VALUE_EXISTS=20
1573     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/user_gssapi.ldif ${VERB}"
1574 
1575     case $? in
1576     0)
1577         ${ECHO} "  ${_P_DN} uaserpassword ACL is updated."
1578         ;;
1579     20)
1580         ${ECHO} "  ${_P_DN} uaserpassword ACL already exists."
1581         ;;
1582     *)
1583         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: update of userpassword ACL for ${_P_DN} failed!"
1584         cleanup
1585         exit 1
1586         ;;
1587     esac
1588 }
1589 #
1590 # $1: objectclass or attributetyp
1591 # $2: name
1592 search_update_schema() {
1593 
1594     ATTR="${1}es"
1595 
1596     ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b cn=schema -s base \"objectclass=*\" ${ATTR} | ${GREP} -i \"${2}\" ${VERB}"
1597     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
1598         ${ECHO} "${1} ${2} does not exist."
1599         update_schema_attr
1600         update_schema_obj
1601         SCHEMA_UPDATED=1
1602     else
1603         ${ECHO} "${1} ${2} already exists. Schema has been updated"
1604     fi
1605 }
1606 
1607 #
1608 # Set up GSSAPI if necessary
1609 #
1610 gssapi_setup() {
1611 
1612         GSSAPI_ENABLE=0
1613 
1614         # assume sasl/GSSAPI is supported by the ldap server and may be used
1615         GSSAPI_AUTH_MAY_BE_USED=1
1616 
1617         ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" supportedSASLMechanisms | ${GREP} GSSAPI ${VERB}"
1618         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
1619                 GSSAPI_AUTH_MAY_BE_USED=0
1620                 ${ECHO} "  sasl/GSSAPI is not supported by this LDAP server"
1621                 return
1622         fi
1623 
1624         get_confirm "GSSAPI is supported. Do you want to set up gssapi:(y/n)" "n"
1625         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
1626                 GSSAPI_ENABLE=0
1627                 ${ECHO}
1628                 ${ECHO} "GSSAPI is not set up."
1629                 ${ECHO} "sasl/GSSAPI bind may not work if it's not set up first."
1630         else
1631                 GSSAPI_ENABLE=1
1632                 get_krb_realm
1633         fi
1634 
1635 }
1636 #
1637 # get_profile_name(): Enter the profile name.
1638 #
1639 get_profile_name()
1640 {
1641     # Reset Delete Old Profile since getting new profile name.
1642     DEL_OLD_PROFILE=0
1643 
1644     # Loop until valid profile name, or replace.
1645     while :
1646     do
1647         # Prompt for profile name.
1648         get_ans "Enter the profile name (h=help):" "$LDAP_PROFILE_NAME"
1649 
1650         # Check for Help.
1651         case "$ANS" in
1652             [Hh] | help | Help | \?) display_msg profile_help
1653                                      continue ;; 
1654             * )  ;;
1655         esac
1656 
1657         # Search to see if profile name already exists.
1658         eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"cn=${ANS},ou=profile,${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" ${VERB}"
1659         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
1660 
1661             cat << EOF
1662 
1663 Profile '${ANS}' already exists, it is possible to enable
1664 shadow update now. idsconfig will exit after shadow update
1665 is enabled. You can also continue to overwrite the profile 
1666 or create a new one and be given the chance to enable
1667 shadow update later.
1668 
1669 EOF
1670 
1671             MSG="Just enable shadow update (y/n/h)?"
1672             get_confirm "$MSG" "n" "enable_shadow_update_help"
1673             if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
1674                 [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "set up shadow update"
1675                 LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE=TRUE
1676                 # display alternate messages
1677                 EXISTING_PROFILE=1
1678                 # Set Profile Name.
1679                 LDAP_PROFILE_NAME=$ANS
1680                 return 0  # set up credentials for shadow update.
1681             fi
1682 
1683             get_confirm_nodef "Are you sure you want to overwrite profile cn=${ANS}?"
1684             if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
1685                 DEL_OLD_PROFILE=1
1686                 return 0  # Replace old profile name.
1687             else
1688                 ${ECHO} "Please re-enter a new profile name."
1689             fi
1690         else
1691             break  # Unique profile name.
1692         fi
1693     done
1694 
1695     # Set Profile Name.
1696     LDAP_PROFILE_NAME=$ANS
1697 }
1698 
1699 
1700 #
1701 # get_srv_list(): Get the default server list.
1702 #
1703 get_srv_list()
1704 {
1705     # If LDAP_SERVER_LIST is NULL, then set, otherwise leave alone.
1706     if [ -z "${LDAP_SERVER_LIST}" ]; then
1707         LDAP_SERVER_LIST=`getent hosts ${IDS_SERVER} | awk '{print $1}'`
1708         if [ ${IDS_PORT} -ne 389 ]; then
1709             LDAP_SERVER_LIST="${LDAP_SERVER_LIST}:${IDS_PORT}"
1710         fi
1711     fi
1712 
1713     # Prompt for new LDAP_SERVER_LIST.
1714     while :
1715     do
1716         get_ans "Default server list (h=help):" $LDAP_SERVER_LIST
1717 
1718         # If help continue, otherwise break.
1719         case "$ANS" in
1720             [Hh] | help | Help | \?) display_msg def_srvlist_help ;;
1721             * ) break ;;
1722         esac
1723     done
1724     LDAP_SERVER_LIST=$ANS
1725 }
1726 
1727 
1728 #
1729 # get_pref_srv(): The preferred server list (Overrides the server list)
1730 #
1731 get_pref_srv()
1732 {
1733     while :
1734     do
1735         get_ans "Preferred server list (h=help):" $LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST
1736 
1737         # If help continue, otherwise break.
1738         case "$ANS" in
1739             [Hh] | help | Help | \?) display_msg pref_srvlist_help ;;
1740             * ) break ;;
1741         esac
1742     done
1743     LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST=$ANS
1744 }
1745 
1746 
1747 #
1748 # get_search_scope(): Get the search scope from the user.
1749 #
1750 get_search_scope()
1751 {
1752     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In get_search_scope()"
1753 
1754     _MENU_CHOICE=0
1755     while :
1756     do
1757         get_ans "Choose desired search scope (one, sub, h=help): " "one"
1758         _MENU_CHOICE=$ANS
1759         case "$_MENU_CHOICE" in
1760             one) LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE="one"
1761                return 1 ;;
1762             sub) LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE="sub"
1763                return 2 ;;
1764             h) display_msg srch_scope_help ;;
1765             *) ${ECHO} "Please enter \"one\", \"sub\", or \"h\"." ;;
1766         esac
1767     done
1768 
1769 }
1770 
1771 
1772 #
1773 # get_cred_level(): Function to display menu to user and get the 
1774 #                  credential level.
1775 #
1776 get_cred_level()
1777 {
1778     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In get_cred_level()"
1779 
1780     _MENU_CHOICE=0
1781     display_msg cred_level_menu
1782     while :
1783     do
1784         if [ $GSSAPI_ENABLE -eq 1 ]; then
1785             ${ECHO} '"self" is needed for GSSAPI profile'
1786         fi
1787         get_ans "Choose Credential level [h=help]:" "1"
1788         _MENU_CHOICE=$ANS
1789         case "$_MENU_CHOICE" in
1790             1) LDAP_CRED_LEVEL="anonymous"
1791                return 1 ;;
1792             2) LDAP_CRED_LEVEL="proxy"
1793                return 2 ;;
1794             3) LDAP_CRED_LEVEL="proxy anonymous"
1795                return 3 ;;
1796             4) LDAP_CRED_LEVEL="self"
1797                return 4 ;;
1798             h) display_msg cred_lvl_help ;;
1799             *) ${ECHO} "Please enter 1, 2, 3 or 4." ;;
1800         esac
1801     done
1802 }
1803 
1804 
1805 #
1806 # srvauth_menu_handler(): Enter the Service Authentication method.
1807 #
1808 srvauth_menu_handler()
1809 {
1810     # Display Auth menu
1811     display_msg srvauth_method_menu     
1812 
1813     # Get a Valid choice.
1814     while :
1815     do
1816         # Display appropriate prompt and get answer.
1817         if [ $_FIRST -eq 1 ]; then
1818             get_ans "Choose Service Authentication Method:" "1"
1819         else
1820             get_ans "Choose Service Authentication Method (0=reset):"
1821         fi
1822 
1823         # Determine choice.
1824         _MENU_CHOICE=$ANS
1825         case "$_MENU_CHOICE" in
1826             1) _AUTHMETHOD="simple"
1827                 break ;;
1828             2) _AUTHMETHOD="sasl/DIGEST-MD5"
1829                 break ;;
1830             3) _AUTHMETHOD="tls:simple"
1831                 break ;;
1832             4) _AUTHMETHOD="tls:sasl/DIGEST-MD5"
1833                 break ;;
1834             5) _AUTHMETHOD="sasl/GSSAPI"
1835                 break ;;
1836             0) _AUTHMETHOD=""
1837                 _FIRST=1
1838                 break ;;
1839             *) ${ECHO} "Please enter 1-5 or 0 to reset." ;;
1840         esac
1841     done
1842 }
1843 
1844 
1845 #
1846 # auth_menu_handler(): Enter the Authentication method.
1847 #
1848 auth_menu_handler()
1849 {
1850     # Display Auth menu
1851     display_msg auth_method_menu        
1852 
1853     # Get a Valid choice.
1854     while :
1855     do
1856         if [ $GSSAPI_ENABLE -eq 1 ]; then
1857             ${ECHO} '"sasl/GSSAPI" is needed for GSSAPI profile'
1858         fi
1859         # Display appropriate prompt and get answer.
1860         if [ $_FIRST -eq 1 ]; then
1861             get_ans "Choose Authentication Method (h=help):" "1"
1862         else
1863             get_ans "Choose Authentication Method (0=reset, h=help):"
1864         fi
1865 
1866         # Determine choice.
1867         _MENU_CHOICE=$ANS
1868         case "$_MENU_CHOICE" in
1869             1) _AUTHMETHOD="none"
1870                 break ;;
1871             2) _AUTHMETHOD="simple"
1872                 break ;;
1873             3) _AUTHMETHOD="sasl/DIGEST-MD5"
1874                 break ;;
1875             4) _AUTHMETHOD="tls:simple"
1876                 break ;;
1877             5) _AUTHMETHOD="tls:sasl/DIGEST-MD5"
1878                 break ;;
1879             6) _AUTHMETHOD="sasl/GSSAPI"
1880                 break ;;
1881             0) _AUTHMETHOD=""
1882                 _FIRST=1
1883                 break ;;
1884             h) display_msg auth_help ;;
1885             *) ${ECHO} "Please enter 1-6, 0=reset, or h=help." ;;
1886         esac
1887     done
1888 }
1889 
1890 
1891 #
1892 # get_auth(): Enter the Authentication method.
1893 #
1894 get_auth()
1895 {
1896     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In get_auth()"
1897 
1898     _FIRST=1          # Flag for first time.
1899     _MENU_CHOICE=0
1900     _AUTHMETHOD=""    # Tmp method.
1901 
1902     while :
1903     do
1904         # Call Menu handler
1905         auth_menu_handler
1906 
1907         # Add Auth Method to list.
1908         if [ $_FIRST -eq 1 ]; then 
1909             LDAP_AUTHMETHOD="${_AUTHMETHOD}"
1910             _FIRST=0
1911         else
1912             LDAP_AUTHMETHOD="${LDAP_AUTHMETHOD};${_AUTHMETHOD}"
1913         fi
1914 
1915         # Display current Authentication Method.
1916         ${ECHO} ""
1917         ${ECHO} "Current authenticationMethod: ${LDAP_AUTHMETHOD}"
1918         ${ECHO} ""
1919 
1920         # Prompt for another Auth Method, or break out.
1921         get_confirm_nodef "Do you want to add another Authentication Method?"
1922         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
1923             break;
1924         fi
1925     done
1926 }
1927 
1928 
1929 #
1930 # get_followref(): Whether or not to follow referrals.
1931 #
1932 get_followref()
1933 {
1934     get_confirm "Do you want the clients to follow referrals (y/n/h)?" "n" "referrals_help"
1935     if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
1936         LDAP_FOLLOWREF="TRUE"
1937     else
1938         LDAP_FOLLOWREF="FALSE"
1939     fi
1940 }
1941 
1942 
1943 #
1944 # get_timelimit(): Set the time limit. -1 is max time.
1945 #
1946 get_timelimit()
1947 {
1948     # Get current timeout value from cn=config.
1949     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"cn=config\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" nsslapd-timelimit > ${TMPDIR}/chk_timeout 2>&1"
1950     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
1951         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Could not reach LDAP server to check current timeout!"
1952         cleanup
1953         exit 1
1954     fi
1955     CURR_TIMELIMIT=`${GREP} timelimit ${TMPDIR}/chk_timeout | cut -f2 -d=`
1956     
1957     get_negone_num "Enter the time limit for iDS (current=${CURR_TIMELIMIT}):" "-1"
1958     IDS_TIMELIMIT=$NUM
1959 }
1960 
1961 
1962 #
1963 # get_sizelimit(): Set the size limit. -1 is max size.
1964 #
1965 get_sizelimit()
1966 {
1967     # Get current sizelimit value from cn=config.
1968     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"cn=config\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" nsslapd-sizelimit > ${TMPDIR}/chk_sizelimit 2>&1"
1969     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
1970         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Could not reach LDAP server to check current sizelimit!"
1971         cleanup
1972         exit 1
1973     fi
1974     CURR_SIZELIMIT=`${GREP} sizelimit ${TMPDIR}/chk_sizelimit | cut -f2 -d=`
1975 
1976     get_negone_num "Enter the size limit for iDS (current=${CURR_SIZELIMIT}):" "-1"
1977     IDS_SIZELIMIT=$NUM
1978 }
1979 
1980 
1981 #
1982 # get_want_crypt(): Ask user if want to store passwords in crypt?
1983 #
1984 get_want_crypt()
1985 {
1986     get_confirm "Do you want to store passwords in \"crypt\" format (y/n/h)?" "n" "crypt_help"
1987     if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
1988         NEED_CRYPT="TRUE"
1989     else
1990         NEED_CRYPT="FALSE"
1991     fi
1992 }
1993 
1994 
1995 #
1996 # get_srv_authMethod_pam(): Get the Service Auth Method for pam_ldap from user.
1997 #
1998 #  NOTE: This function is base on get_auth().
1999 #
2000 get_srv_authMethod_pam()
2001 {
2002     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In get_srv_authMethod_pam()"
2003 
2004     _FIRST=1          # Flag for first time.
2005     _MENU_CHOICE=0
2006     _AUTHMETHOD=""    # Tmp method.
2007 
2008     while :
2009     do
2010         # Call Menu handler
2011         srvauth_menu_handler
2012 
2013         # Add Auth Method to list.
2014         if [ $_FIRST -eq 1 ]; then 
2015             if [ "$_AUTHMETHOD" = "" ]; then
2016                 LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM=""
2017             else
2018                 LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM="pam_ldap:${_AUTHMETHOD}"
2019             fi
2020             _FIRST=0
2021         else
2022             LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM="${LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM};${_AUTHMETHOD}"
2023         fi
2024 
2025         # Display current Authentication Method.
2026         ${ECHO} ""
2027         ${ECHO} "Current authenticationMethod: ${LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM}"
2028         ${ECHO} ""
2029 
2030         # Prompt for another Auth Method, or break out.
2031         get_confirm_nodef "Do you want to add another Authentication Method?"
2032         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
2033             break;
2034         fi
2035     done
2036 
2037     # Check in case user reset string and exited loop.
2038     if [ "$LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM" = "" ]; then
2039         NEED_SRVAUTH_PAM=0
2040     fi
2041 }
2042 
2043 
2044 #
2045 # get_srv_authMethod_key(): Get the Service Auth Method for keyserv from user.
2046 #
2047 #  NOTE: This function is base on get_auth().
2048 #
2049 get_srv_authMethod_key()
2050 {
2051     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In get_srv_authMethod_key()"
2052 
2053     _FIRST=1          # Flag for first time.
2054     _MENU_CHOICE=0
2055     _AUTHMETHOD=""    # Tmp method.
2056 
2057     while :
2058     do
2059         # Call Menu handler
2060         srvauth_menu_handler
2061 
2062         # Add Auth Method to list.
2063         if [ $_FIRST -eq 1 ]; then 
2064             if [ "$_AUTHMETHOD" = "" ]; then
2065                 LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY=""
2066             else
2067                 LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY="keyserv:${_AUTHMETHOD}"
2068             fi
2069             _FIRST=0
2070         else
2071             LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY="${LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY};${_AUTHMETHOD}"
2072         fi
2073 
2074         # Display current Authentication Method.
2075         ${ECHO} ""
2076         ${ECHO} "Current authenticationMethod: ${LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY}"
2077         ${ECHO} ""
2078 
2079         # Prompt for another Auth Method, or break out.
2080         get_confirm_nodef "Do you want to add another Authentication Method?"
2081         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
2082             break;
2083         fi
2084     done
2085 
2086     # Check in case user reset string and exited loop.
2087     if [ "$LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY" = "" ]; then
2088         NEED_SRVAUTH_KEY=0
2089     fi
2090 }
2091 
2092 
2093 #
2094 # get_srv_authMethod_cmd(): Get the Service Auth Method for passwd-cmd from user.
2095 #
2096 #  NOTE: This function is base on get_auth().
2097 #
2098 get_srv_authMethod_cmd()
2099 {
2100     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In get_srv_authMethod_cmd()"
2101 
2102     _FIRST=1          # Flag for first time.
2103     _MENU_CHOICE=0
2104     _AUTHMETHOD=""    # Tmp method.
2105 
2106     while :
2107     do
2108         # Call Menu handler
2109         srvauth_menu_handler
2110 
2111         # Add Auth Method to list.
2112         if [ $_FIRST -eq 1 ]; then 
2113             if [ "$_AUTHMETHOD" = "" ]; then
2114                 LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD=""
2115             else
2116                 LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD="passwd-cmd:${_AUTHMETHOD}"
2117             fi
2118             _FIRST=0
2119         else
2120             LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD="${LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD};${_AUTHMETHOD}"
2121         fi
2122 
2123         # Display current Authentication Method.
2124         ${ECHO} ""
2125         ${ECHO} "Current authenticationMethod: ${LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD}"
2126         ${ECHO} ""
2127 
2128         # Prompt for another Auth Method, or break out.
2129         get_confirm_nodef "Do you want to add another Authentication Method?"
2130         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
2131             break;
2132         fi
2133     done
2134 
2135     # Check in case user reset string and exited loop.
2136     if [ "$LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD" = "" ]; then
2137         NEED_SRVAUTH_CMD=0
2138     fi
2139 }
2140 
2141 
2142 #
2143 # get_srch_time(): Amount of time to search.
2144 #
2145 get_srch_time()
2146 {
2147     get_negone_num "Client search time limit in seconds (h=help):" "$LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT" "srchtime_help"
2148     LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT=$NUM
2149 }
2150 
2151 
2152 #
2153 # get_prof_ttl(): The profile time to live (TTL)
2154 #
2155 get_prof_ttl()
2156 {
2157     get_negone_num "Profile Time To Live in seconds (h=help):" "$LDAP_PROFILE_TTL" "profttl_help"
2158     LDAP_PROFILE_TTL=$NUM
2159 }
2160 
2161 
2162 #
2163 # get_bind_limit(): Bind time limit
2164 #
2165 get_bind_limit()
2166 {
2167     get_negone_num "Bind time limit in seconds (h=help):" "$LDAP_BIND_LIMIT" "bindlim_help"
2168     LDAP_BIND_LIMIT=$NUM
2169 }
2170 
2171 
2172 ######################################################################
2173 # FUNCTIONS  FOR Service Search Descriptor's START HERE.
2174 ######################################################################
2175 
2176 
2177 #
2178 # add_ssd(): Get SSD's from user and add to file.
2179 #
2180 add_ssd()
2181 {
2182     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_ssd()"
2183 
2184     # Enter the service id.  Loop til unique.
2185     while :
2186     do
2187         get_ans "Enter the service id:"
2188         _SERV_ID=$ANS
2189 
2190         # Grep for name existing.
2191         ${GREP} -i "^$ANS:" ${SSD_FILE} > /dev/null 2>&1
2192         if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
2193             break
2194         fi
2195 
2196         # Name exists, print message, let user decide.
2197         ${ECHO} "ERROR: Service id ${ANS} already exists."
2198     done
2199     
2200     get_ans "Enter the base:"
2201     _BASE=$ANS
2202 
2203     # Get the scope and verify that its one or sub.
2204     while :
2205     do
2206         get_ans "Enter the scope:"
2207         _SCOPE=$ANS
2208         case `${ECHO} ${_SCOPE} | tr '[A-Z]' '[a-z]'` in
2209             one) break ;;
2210             sub) break ;;
2211             *)   ${ECHO} "${_SCOPE} is Not valid - Enter 'one' or 'sub'" ;;
2212         esac
2213     done
2214 
2215     # Build SSD to add to file.
2216     _SSD="${_SERV_ID}:${_BASE}?${_SCOPE}"
2217     
2218     # Add the SSD to the file.
2219     ${ECHO} "${_SSD}" >> ${SSD_FILE}
2220 }
2221 
2222 
2223 #
2224 # delete_ssd(): Delete a SSD from the list.
2225 #
2226 delete_ssd()
2227 {
2228     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In delete_ssd()"
2229 
2230     # Get service id name from user for SSD to delete.
2231     get_ans_req "Enter service id to delete:"
2232 
2233     # Make sure service id exists.
2234     ${GREP} "$ANS" ${SSD_FILE} > /dev/null 2>&1
2235     if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
2236         ${ECHO} "Invalid service id: $ANS not present in list."
2237         return
2238     fi
2239 
2240     # Create temporary back SSD file.
2241     cp ${SSD_FILE} ${SSD_FILE}.bak
2242     if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
2243         ${ECHO} "ERROR: could not create file: ${SSD_FILE}.bak"
2244         exit 1
2245     fi
2246 
2247     # Use ${GREP} to remove the SSD.  Read from temp file
2248     # and write to the orig file.
2249     ${GREP} -v "$ANS" ${SSD_FILE}.bak > ${SSD_FILE} 
2250 }
2251 
2252 
2253 #
2254 # modify_ssd(): Allow user to modify a SSD.
2255 #
2256 modify_ssd()
2257 {
2258     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In modify_ssd()"
2259 
2260     # Prompt user for service id.
2261     get_ans_req "Enter service id to modify:"
2262     
2263     # Put into temp _LINE.
2264     _LINE=`${GREP} "^$ANS:" ${SSD_FILE}`
2265     if [ "$_LINE" = "" ]; then
2266         ${ECHO} "Invalid service id: $ANS"
2267         return
2268     fi
2269 
2270     # Display current filter for user to see.
2271     ${ECHO} ""
2272     ${ECHO} "Current SSD: $_LINE"
2273     ${ECHO} ""
2274     
2275     # Get the defaults.
2276     _CURR_BASE=`${ECHO} $_LINE | cut -d: -f2 | cut -d'?' -f 1`
2277     _CURR_SCOPE=`${ECHO} $_LINE | cut -d: -f2 | cut -d'?' -f 2`
2278 
2279     # Create temporary back SSD file.
2280     cp ${SSD_FILE} ${SSD_FILE}.bak
2281     if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
2282         ${ECHO} "ERROR: could not create file: ${SSD_FILE}.bak"
2283         cleanup
2284         exit 1
2285     fi
2286 
2287     # Removed the old line.
2288     ${GREP} -v "^$ANS:" ${SSD_FILE}.bak > ${SSD_FILE} 2>&1
2289  
2290     # New Entry
2291     _SERV_ID=$ANS
2292     get_ans_req "Enter the base:" "$_CURR_BASE"
2293     _BASE=$ANS
2294     get_ans_req "Enter the scope:" "$_CURR_SCOPE"
2295     _SCOPE=$ANS
2296 
2297     # Build the new SSD.
2298     _SSD="${_SERV_ID}:${_BASE}?${_SCOPE}"
2299 
2300     # Add the SSD to the file.
2301     ${ECHO} "${_SSD}" >> ${SSD_FILE}
2302 }
2303 
2304 
2305 #
2306 # display_ssd(): Display the current SSD list.
2307 #
2308 display_ssd()
2309 {
2310     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In display_ssd()"
2311 
2312     ${ECHO} ""
2313     ${ECHO} "Current Service Search Descriptors:"
2314     ${ECHO} "=================================="
2315     cat ${SSD_FILE}
2316     ${ECHO} ""
2317     ${ECHO} "Hit return to continue."
2318     read __A
2319 }
2320 
2321 
2322 #
2323 # prompt_ssd(): Get SSD's from user.
2324 #
2325 prompt_ssd()
2326 {
2327     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In prompt_ssd()"    
2328     # See if user wants SSD's?
2329     get_confirm "Do you wish to setup Service Search Descriptors (y/n/h)?" "n" "ssd_help"
2330     [ "$?" -eq 0 ] && return
2331 
2332     # Display menu for SSD choices.
2333     while :
2334     do
2335         display_msg prompt_ssd_menu
2336         get_ans "Enter menu choice:" "Quit"
2337         case "$ANS" in
2338             [Aa] | add) add_ssd ;;
2339             [Dd] | delete) delete_ssd ;;
2340             [Mm] | modify) modify_ssd ;;
2341             [Pp] | print | display) display_ssd ;;
2342             [Xx] | reset | clear) reset_ssd_file ;;
2343             [Hh] | Help | help) display_msg ssd_menu_help 
2344                                 ${ECHO} " Press return to continue."
2345                                 read __A ;;
2346             [Qq] | Quit | quit) return ;;
2347             *)    ${ECHO} "Invalid choice: $ANS please re-enter from menu." ;;
2348         esac
2349     done
2350 }
2351 
2352 
2353 #
2354 # reset_ssd_file(): Blank out current SSD file.
2355 #
2356 reset_ssd_file()
2357 {
2358     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In reset_ssd_file()"
2359     
2360     rm -f ${SSD_FILE}
2361     touch ${SSD_FILE}
2362 }
2363 
2364 
2365 #
2366 # create_ssd_file(): Create a temporary file for SSD's.
2367 #
2368 create_ssd_file()
2369 {
2370     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In create_ssd_file()"
2371 
2372     # Build a list of SSD's and store in temp file.
2373     ${GREP} "LDAP_SERV_SRCH_DES=" ${INPUT_FILE} | \
2374         sed 's/LDAP_SERV_SRCH_DES=//' \
2375         > ${SSD_FILE}
2376 }
2377 
2378 
2379 #
2380 # ssd_2_config(): Append the SSD file to the output file.
2381 #
2382 ssd_2_config()
2383 {
2384     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In ssd_2_config()"
2385     
2386     # Convert to config file format using sed.
2387     sed -e "s/^/LDAP_SERV_SRCH_DES=/" ${SSD_FILE} >> ${OUTPUT_FILE}
2388 }
2389 
2390 
2391 #
2392 # ssd_2_profile(): Add SSD's to the GEN_CMD string.
2393 #
2394 ssd_2_profile()
2395 {
2396     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In ssd_2_profile()"
2397 
2398     GEN_TMPFILE=${TMPDIR}/ssd_tmpfile
2399     touch ${GEN_TMPFILE}
2400 
2401     # Add and convert each SSD to string.
2402     while read SSD_LINE
2403     do
2404         ${ECHO} " -a \"serviceSearchDescriptor=${SSD_LINE}\"\c" >> ${GEN_TMPFILE}
2405     done <${SSD_FILE}
2406 
2407     # Add SSD's to GEN_CMD.
2408     GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} `cat ${GEN_TMPFILE}`"
2409 }
2410 
2411 #
2412 # get_adminDN(): Get the admin DN.
2413 #
2414 get_adminDN()
2415 {
2416     LDAP_ADMINDN="cn=admin,ou=profile,${LDAP_BASEDN}"  # default
2417     get_ans "Enter DN for the administrator:" "$LDAP_ADMINDN"
2418     LDAP_ADMINDN=$ANS
2419     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "LDAP_ADMINDN = $LDAP_ADMINDN"
2420 }
2421 
2422 #
2423 # get_admin_pw(): Get the admin passwd.
2424 #
2425 get_admin_pw()
2426 {
2427     get_passwd "Enter passwd for the administrator:"
2428     LDAP_ADMIN_CRED=$ANS
2429     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "LDAP_ADMIN_CRED = $LDAP_ADMIN_CRED"
2430 }
2431 
2432 #
2433 # add_admin(): Add an admin entry for nameservice for updating shadow data.
2434 #
2435 add_admin()
2436 {
2437     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_admin()"
2438 
2439     # Check if the admin user already exists.
2440     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${LDAP_ADMINDN}\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" ${VERB}"
2441     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
2442         MSG="Administrator ${LDAP_ADMINDN} already exists."
2443         if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ]; then
2444             ${ECHO} "  NOT ADDED: $MSG"
2445         else
2446             ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG"
2447             STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`       
2448         fi
2449         return 0
2450     fi
2451 
2452     # Get cn and sn names from LDAP_ADMINDN.
2453     cn_tmp=`${ECHO} ${LDAP_ADMINDN} | cut -f1 -d, | cut -f2 -d=`
2454 
2455     # Create the tmp file to add.
2456     ( cat <<EOF
2457 dn: ${LDAP_ADMINDN}
2458 cn: ${cn_tmp}
2459 sn: ${cn_tmp}
2460 objectclass: top
2461 objectclass: person
2462 userpassword: ${LDAP_ADMIN_CRED}
2463 EOF
2464 ) > ${TMPDIR}/admin
2465     
2466     # Add the entry.
2467     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} -a ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/admin ${VERB}"
2468     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
2469         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Adding administrator identity failed!"
2470         cleanup
2471         exit 1
2472     fi
2473 
2474     ${RM} -f ${TMPDIR}/admin
2475 
2476     # Display message that the administrator identity is added.
2477     MSG="Administrator identity ${LDAP_ADMINDN}"
2478     if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ]; then
2479         ${ECHO} "  ADDED: $MSG."
2480     else
2481         ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG added."
2482         STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
2483     fi
2484 }
2485 
2486 #
2487 # allow_admin_read_write_shadow(): Give Admin read/write permission
2488 # to shadow data.
2489 #
2490 allow_admin_read_write_shadow()
2491 {
2492     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In allow_admin_read_write_shadow()"
2493 
2494     # Set ACI Name
2495     ADMIN_ACI_NAME="LDAP_Naming_Services_admin_shadow_write"
2496 
2497     # Search for ACI_NAME
2498     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${LDAP_BASEDN}\" \
2499     -s base objectclass=* aci > ${TMPDIR}/chk_adminwrite_aci 2>&1"
2500 
2501     # if an ACI with ${ADMIN_ACI_NAME} and "write,compare,read,search"
2502     # and ${LDAP_ADMINDN} already exists, we are done
2503     ${EGREP} ".*${ADMIN_ACI_NAME}.*write,compare,read,search.*${LDAP_ADMINDN}.*" \
2504         ${TMPDIR}/chk_adminwrite_aci 2>&1 > /dev/null
2505     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
2506         MSG="Admin ACI ${ADMIN_ACI_NAME} already exists for ${LDAP_BASEDN}."
2507         if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ]; then
2508             ${ECHO} "  NOT SET: $MSG"
2509         else
2510             ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG"
2511             STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`       
2512         fi
2513         return 0
2514     fi
2515 
2516     # If an ACI with ${ADMIN_ACI_NAME} and "(write)" and ${LDAP_ADMINDN}
2517     # already exists, delete it first.
2518     find_and_delete_ACI ".*${ADMIN_ACI_NAME}.*(write).*${LDAP_ADMINDN}.*" \
2519         ${TMPDIR}/chk_adminwrite_aci ${ADMIN_ACI_NAME}
2520 
2521     # Create the tmp file to add.
2522     ( cat <<EOF
2523 dn: ${LDAP_BASEDN}
2524 changetype: modify
2525 add: aci
2526 aci: (target="ldap:///${LDAP_BASEDN}")(targetattr="shadowLastChange
2527  ||shadowMin||shadowMax||shadowWarning||shadowInactive||shadowExpire
2528  ||shadowFlag||userPassword||loginShell||homeDirectory||gecos")
2529   (version 3.0; acl ${ADMIN_ACI_NAME}; allow (write,compare,read,search)
2530   userdn = "ldap:///${LDAP_ADMINDN}";)
2531 EOF
2532 ) > ${TMPDIR}/admin_write
2533     
2534     # Add the entry.
2535     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/admin_write ${VERB}"
2536     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
2537         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Allow ${LDAP_ADMINDN} read/write access to shadow data failed!"
2538         cleanup
2539         exit 1
2540     fi
2541 
2542     ${RM} -f ${TMPDIR}/admin_write
2543     # Display message that the administrator ACL is set.
2544     MSG="Give ${LDAP_ADMINDN} read/write access to shadow data."
2545     if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ]; then
2546         ${ECHO} "  ACI SET: $MSG"
2547     else
2548         ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG"
2549         STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
2550     fi
2551 }
2552 
2553 #
2554 # allow_host_read_write_shadow(): Give host principal read/write permission
2555 # for shadow data.
2556 #
2557 allow_host_read_write_shadow()
2558 {
2559     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In allow_host_read_write_shadow()"
2560 
2561     # Set ACI Name
2562     HOST_ACI_NAME="LDAP_Naming_Services_host_shadow_write"
2563 
2564     # Search for ACI_NAME
2565     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base objectclass=* aci > ${TMPDIR}/chk_hostwrite_aci 2>&1"
2566     ${GREP} "${HOST_ACI_NAME}" ${TMPDIR}/chk_hostwrite_aci > /dev/null 2>&1
2567     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
2568         MSG="Host ACI ${HOST_ACI_NAME} already exists for ${LDAP_BASEDN}."
2569         if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ]; then
2570             ${ECHO} "  NOT ADDED: $MSG"
2571         else
2572             ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG"
2573             STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
2574         fi
2575         return 0
2576     fi
2577 
2578     # Create the tmp file to add.
2579     ( cat <<EOF
2580 dn: ${LDAP_BASEDN}
2581 changetype: modify
2582 add: aci
2583 aci: (target="ldap:///${LDAP_BASEDN}")(targetattr="shadowLastChange||shadowMin||shadowMax||shadowWarning||shadowInactive||shadowExpire||shadowFlag||userPassword||loginShell||homeDirectory||gecos")(version 3.0; acl ${HOST_ACI_NAME}; allow (write,compare,read,search) authmethod="sasl GSSAPI" and userdn = "ldap:///cn=*+ipHostNumber=*,ou=Hosts,${LDAP_BASEDN}";)
2584 EOF
2585 ) > ${TMPDIR}/host_read_write
2586     
2587     # Add the entry.
2588     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/host_read_write ${VERB}"
2589     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
2590         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Allow Host Principal to write shadow data failed!"
2591         cleanup
2592         exit 1
2593     fi
2594 
2595     ${RM} -f ${TMPDIR}/host_read_write
2596     MSG="Give host principal read/write permission for shadow."
2597     if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ]; then
2598         ${ECHO} "  ACI SET: $MSG"
2599     else
2600         ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG"
2601         STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
2602     fi
2603 }
2604 
2605 #
2606 # Set up shadow update
2607 #
2608 setup_shadow_update() {
2609     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In setup_shadow_update()"
2610 
2611     # get content of the profile
2612     PROFILE_OUT=${TMPDIR}/prof_tmpfile
2613     ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"cn=${LDAP_PROFILE_NAME},ou=profile,${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" > $PROFILE_OUT 2>&1"
2614     ${GREP} -i cn $PROFILE_OUT >/dev/null 2>&1
2615     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
2616         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "Profile ${LDAP_PROFILE_NAME} does not exist"
2617         ${RM} ${PROFILE_OUT}
2618         return
2619     fi
2620 
2621     # Search to see if authenticationMethod has 'GSSAPI' and
2622     # credentialLevel has 'self'. If so, ask to use the
2623     # host principal for shadow update
2624     if [ $GSSAPI_AUTH_MAY_BE_USED -eq 1 ]; then
2625         if ${GREP} authenticationMethod $PROFILE_OUT | ${GREP} GSSAPI >/dev/null 2>&1
2626         then
2627             if ${GREP} credentialLevel $PROFILE_OUT | ${GREP} self >/dev/null 2>&1
2628             then
2629                 NEED_HOSTACL=1
2630             fi
2631         fi
2632         ${RM} ${PROFILE_OUT}
2633         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "NEED_HOSTACL = $NEED_HOSTACL"
2634 
2635         if [ $NEED_HOSTACL -eq 1 ]; then
2636             MSG="Use host principal for shadow data update (y/n/h)?"
2637             get_confirm "$MSG" "y" "use_host_principal_help"
2638             if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
2639                 delete_proxy_read_pw
2640                 allow_host_read_write_shadow
2641                 deny_non_host_shadow_access
2642                 ${ECHO} ""
2643                 ${ECHO} "  Shadow update has been enabled."
2644             else
2645                 ${ECHO} ""
2646                 ${ECHO} "  Shadow update may not work."
2647             fi
2648             return
2649         fi
2650     fi
2651 
2652     MSG="Add the administrator identity (y/n/h)?"
2653     get_confirm "$MSG" "y" "add_admin_cred_help"
2654     if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
2655         get_adminDN
2656         get_admin_pw
2657         add_admin
2658         delete_proxy_read_pw
2659         allow_admin_read_write_shadow
2660         deny_non_admin_shadow_access
2661         ${ECHO} ""
2662         ${ECHO} "  Shadow update has been enabled."
2663         return
2664     fi
2665 
2666     ${ECHO} "  No administrator identity specified, shadow update may not work."
2667 }
2668 
2669 
2670 #
2671 # prompt_config_info(): This function prompts the user for the config
2672 # info that is not specified in the input file.  
2673 #
2674 prompt_config_info()
2675 {
2676     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In prompt_config_info()"
2677 
2678     # Prompt for iDS server name.
2679     get_ids_server
2680 
2681     # Prompt for iDS port number.
2682     get_ids_port
2683 
2684     # Check iDS version for compatibility.
2685     chk_ids_version
2686 
2687     # Check if the server supports the VLV.
2688     chk_vlv_indexes
2689 
2690     # Get the Directory manager DN and passwd.
2691     get_dirmgr_dn
2692     get_dirmgr_pw
2693 
2694     #
2695     # LDAP CLIENT PROFILE SPECIFIC INFORMATION.
2696     #   (i.e. The fields that show up in the profile.)
2697     #
2698     get_domain "domain_help"
2699 
2700     get_basedn
2701 
2702     gssapi_setup
2703 
2704     get_profile_name
2705 
2706     if [ "$LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE" = "TRUE" ];then
2707         setup_shadow_update
2708         cleanup
2709         exit 0
2710     fi
2711 
2712     get_srv_list
2713     get_pref_srv
2714     get_search_scope
2715 
2716     # If cred is "anonymous", make auth == "none"
2717     get_cred_level
2718     if [ "$LDAP_CRED_LEVEL" != "anonymous" ]; then
2719         get_auth
2720     fi
2721 
2722     get_followref
2723 
2724     # Query user about timelimt.
2725     get_confirm "Do you want to modify the server timelimit value (y/n/h)?" "n" "tlim_help"
2726     NEED_TIME=$?
2727     [ $NEED_TIME -eq 1 ] && get_timelimit
2728 
2729     # Query user about sizelimit.
2730     get_confirm "Do you want to modify the server sizelimit value (y/n/h)?" "n" "slim_help"
2731     NEED_SIZE=$?
2732     [ $NEED_SIZE -eq 1 ] && get_sizelimit
2733 
2734     # Does the user want to store passwords in crypt format?
2735     get_want_crypt
2736 
2737     # Prompt for any Service Authentication Methods?
2738     get_confirm "Do you want to setup a Service Authentication Methods (y/n/h)?" "n" "srvauth_help"
2739     if [ $? -eq 1 ]; then
2740         # Does the user want to set Service Authentication Method for pam_ldap?
2741         get_confirm "Do you want to setup a Service Auth. Method for \"pam_ldap\" (y/n/h)?" "n" "pam_ldap_help"
2742         NEED_SRVAUTH_PAM=$?
2743         [ $NEED_SRVAUTH_PAM -eq 1 ] && get_srv_authMethod_pam
2744 
2745         # Does the user want to set Service Authentication Method for keyserv?
2746         get_confirm "Do you want to setup a Service Auth. Method for \"keyserv\" (y/n/h)?" "n" "keyserv_help"
2747         NEED_SRVAUTH_KEY=$?
2748         [ $NEED_SRVAUTH_KEY -eq 1 ] && get_srv_authMethod_key
2749 
2750         # Does the user want to set Service Authentication Method for passwd-cmd?
2751         get_confirm "Do you want to setup a Service Auth. Method for \"passwd-cmd\" (y/n/h)?" "n" "passwd-cmd_help"
2752         NEED_SRVAUTH_CMD=$?
2753         [ $NEED_SRVAUTH_CMD -eq 1 ] && get_srv_authMethod_cmd
2754     fi
2755  
2756 
2757     # Get Timeouts
2758     get_srch_time
2759     get_prof_ttl
2760     get_bind_limit
2761 
2762     # Ask whether to enable shadow update
2763     get_want_shadow_update
2764 
2765     # Reset the sdd_file and prompt user for SSD.  Will use menus
2766     # to build an SSD File.
2767     reset_ssd_file
2768     prompt_ssd
2769 
2770     # Display FULL debugging info.
2771     disp_full_debug
2772 
2773     # Extra blank line to separate prompt lines from steps.
2774     ${ECHO} " "
2775 }
2776 
2777 
2778 ######################################################################
2779 # FUNCTIONS  FOR display_summary() START HERE.
2780 ######################################################################
2781 
2782 
2783 #
2784 # get_proxyagent(): Get the proxyagent DN.
2785 #
2786 get_proxyagent()
2787 {
2788     LDAP_PROXYAGENT="cn=proxyagent,ou=profile,${LDAP_BASEDN}"  # default
2789     get_ans "Enter DN for proxy agent:" "$LDAP_PROXYAGENT"
2790     LDAP_PROXYAGENT=$ANS
2791 }
2792 
2793 
2794 #
2795 # get_proxy_pw(): Get the proxyagent passwd.
2796 #
2797 get_proxy_pw()
2798 {
2799     get_passwd "Enter passwd for proxyagent:"
2800     LDAP_PROXYAGENT_CRED=$ANS
2801 }
2802 
2803 #
2804 # display_summary(): Display a summary of values entered and let the 
2805 #                    user modify values at will.
2806 #
2807 display_summary()
2808 {
2809     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In display_summary()"
2810 
2811     # Create lookup table for function names.  First entry is dummy for
2812     # shift.
2813     TBL1="dummy"
2814     TBL2="get_domain get_basedn get_profile_name"
2815     TBL3="get_srv_list get_pref_srv get_search_scope get_cred_level"
2816     TBL4="get_auth get_followref"
2817     TBL5="get_timelimit get_sizelimit get_want_crypt"
2818     TBL6="get_srv_authMethod_pam get_srv_authMethod_key get_srv_authMethod_cmd"
2819     TBL7="get_srch_time get_prof_ttl get_bind_limit"
2820     TBL8="get_want_shadow_update"
2821     TBL9="prompt_ssd"
2822     FUNC_TBL="$TBL1 $TBL2 $TBL3 $TBL4 $TBL5 $TBL6 $TBL7 $TBL8 $TBL9"
2823 
2824     # Since menu prompt string is long, set here.
2825     _MENU_PROMPT="Enter config value to change: (1-20 0=commit changes)"
2826 
2827     # Infinite loop.  Test for 0, and break in loop.
2828     while :
2829     do
2830         # Display menu and get value in range.
2831         display_msg summary_menu
2832         get_menu_choice "${_MENU_PROMPT}" "0" "20" "0"
2833         _CH=$MN_CH
2834         
2835         # Make sure where not exiting.
2836         if [ $_CH -eq 0 ]; then
2837             break       # Break out of loop if 0 selected.
2838         fi
2839 
2840         # Call appropriate function from function table.
2841         set $FUNC_TBL
2842         shift $_CH
2843         $1          # Call the appropriate function.
2844     done
2845 
2846     # If cred level is still see if user wants a change?
2847     if ${ECHO} "$LDAP_CRED_LEVEL" | ${GREP} "proxy" > /dev/null 2>&1
2848     then
2849         if [ "$LDAP_AUTHMETHOD" != "none" ]; then
2850             NEED_PROXY=1    # I assume integer test is faster?
2851             get_proxyagent
2852             get_proxy_pw
2853         else
2854             ${ECHO} "WARNING: Since Authentication method is 'none'."
2855             ${ECHO} "         Credential level will be set to 'anonymous'."
2856             LDAP_CRED_LEVEL="anonymous"
2857         fi
2858     fi
2859 
2860     # If shadow update is enabled, set up administrator credential
2861     if [ "$LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE" = "TRUE" ]; then
2862         NEED_ADMIN=1
2863         if ${ECHO} "$LDAP_CRED_LEVEL" | ${GREP} "self" > /dev/null 2>&1; then
2864             if ${ECHO} "$LDAP_AUTHMETHOD" | ${GREP} "GSSAPI" > /dev/null 2>&1; then
2865                 NEED_HOSTACL=1
2866                 NEED_ADMIN=0
2867             fi
2868         fi
2869         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "NEED_HOSTACL = $NEED_HOSTACL"
2870         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "NEED_ADMIN   = $NEED_ADMIN"
2871         if [ $NEED_ADMIN -eq 1 ]; then
2872             get_adminDN
2873             get_admin_pw
2874         fi
2875     fi
2876 
2877     # Display FULL debugging info.
2878     disp_full_debug
2879 
2880     # Final confirmation message. (ARE YOU SURE!)
2881     ${ECHO} " "
2882     get_confirm_nodef "WARNING: About to start committing changes. (y=continue, n=EXIT)" 
2883     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
2884         ${ECHO} "Terminating setup without making changes at users request."
2885         cleanup
2886         exit 1
2887     fi
2888 
2889     # Print newline 
2890     ${ECHO} " "
2891 }
2892 
2893 
2894 #
2895 # create_config_file(): Write config data to config file specified.
2896 #
2897 create_config_file()
2898 {
2899     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In create_config_file()"
2900 
2901     # If output file exists, delete it.
2902     [ -f $OUTPUT_FILE ] && rm $OUTPUT_FILE
2903 
2904     # Create output file.
2905     cat > $OUTPUT_FILE <<EOF
2906 #!/bin/sh
2907 # $OUTPUT_FILE - This file contains configuration information for
2908 #                Native LDAP.  Use the idsconfig tool to load it.
2909 #
2910 # WARNING: This file was generated by idsconfig, and is intended to
2911 #          be loaded by idsconfig as is.  DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE!
2912 #
2913 IDS_SERVER="$IDS_SERVER"
2914 IDS_PORT=$IDS_PORT
2915 IDS_TIMELIMIT=$IDS_TIMELIMIT
2916 IDS_SIZELIMIT=$IDS_SIZELIMIT
2917 LDAP_ROOTDN="$LDAP_ROOTDN"
2918 LDAP_ROOTPWD=$LDAP_ROOTPWD
2919 LDAP_DOMAIN="$LDAP_DOMAIN"
2920 LDAP_SUFFIX="$LDAP_SUFFIX"
2921 GSSAPI_ENABLE=$GSSAPI_ENABLE
2922 LDAP_KRB_REALM="$LDAP_KRB_REALM"
2923 
2924 # Internal program variables that need to be set.
2925 NEED_PROXY=$NEED_PROXY
2926 NEED_TIME=$NEED_TIME
2927 NEED_SIZE=$NEED_SIZE
2928 NEED_CRYPT=$NEED_CRYPT
2929 NEED_ADMIN=$NEED_ADMIN
2930 NEED_HOSTACL=$NEED_HOSTACL
2931 EXISTING_PROFILE=$EXISTING_PROFILE
2932 
2933 # LDAP PROFILE related defaults
2934 LDAP_PROFILE_NAME="$LDAP_PROFILE_NAME"
2935 DEL_OLD_PROFILE=1
2936 LDAP_BASEDN="$LDAP_BASEDN"
2937 LDAP_SERVER_LIST="$LDAP_SERVER_LIST"
2938 LDAP_AUTHMETHOD="$LDAP_AUTHMETHOD"
2939 LDAP_FOLLOWREF=$LDAP_FOLLOWREF
2940 LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE="$LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE"
2941 NEED_SRVAUTH_PAM=$NEED_SRVAUTH_PAM
2942 NEED_SRVAUTH_KEY=$NEED_SRVAUTH_KEY
2943 NEED_SRVAUTH_CMD=$NEED_SRVAUTH_CMD
2944 LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM="$LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM"
2945 LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY="$LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY"
2946 LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD="$LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD"
2947 LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT=$LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT
2948 LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST="$LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST"
2949 LDAP_PROFILE_TTL=$LDAP_PROFILE_TTL
2950 LDAP_CRED_LEVEL="$LDAP_CRED_LEVEL"
2951 LDAP_BIND_LIMIT=$LDAP_BIND_LIMIT
2952 
2953 # Proxy Agent
2954 LDAP_PROXYAGENT="$LDAP_PROXYAGENT"
2955 LDAP_PROXYAGENT_CRED=$LDAP_PROXYAGENT_CRED
2956 
2957 # enableShadowUpdate flag and Administrator credential
2958 LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE=$LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE
2959 LDAP_ADMINDN="$LDAP_ADMINDN"
2960 LDAP_ADMIN_CRED=$LDAP_ADMIN_CRED
2961 
2962 # Export all the variables (just in case)
2963 export IDS_HOME IDS_PORT LDAP_ROOTDN LDAP_ROOTPWD LDAP_SERVER_LIST LDAP_BASEDN
2964 export LDAP_DOMAIN LDAP_SUFFIX LDAP_PROXYAGENT LDAP_PROXYAGENT_CRED
2965 export NEED_PROXY
2966 export LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE LDAP_ADMINDN LDAP_ADMIN_CRED
2967 export NEED_ADMIN NEED_HOSTACL EXISTING_PROFILE
2968 export LDAP_PROFILE_NAME LDAP_BASEDN LDAP_SERVER_LIST 
2969 export LDAP_AUTHMETHOD LDAP_FOLLOWREF LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT
2970 export LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST LDAP_PROFILE_TTL LDAP_CRED_LEVEL LDAP_BIND_LIMIT
2971 export NEED_SRVAUTH_PAM NEED_SRVAUTH_KEY NEED_SRVAUTH_CMD
2972 export LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD
2973 export LDAP_SERV_SRCH_DES SSD_FILE GSSAPI_ENABLE LDAP_KRB_REALM
2974 
2975 # Service Search Descriptors start here if present:
2976 EOF
2977     # Add service search descriptors.
2978     ssd_2_config "${OUTPUT_FILE}"
2979 
2980     # Add LDAP suffix preferences
2981     print_suffix_config >> "${OUTPUT_FILE}"
2982 
2983     # Add the end of FILE tag.
2984     ${ECHO} "" >> ${OUTPUT_FILE}
2985     ${ECHO} "# End of $OUTPUT_FILE" >> ${OUTPUT_FILE}
2986 }
2987 
2988 
2989 #
2990 # chk_vlv_indexes(): Do ldapsearch to see if server supports VLV.
2991 #
2992 chk_vlv_indexes()
2993 {
2994     # Do ldapsearch to see if server supports VLV.
2995     ${LDAPSEARCH} ${SERVER_ARGS} -b "" -s base "objectclass=*" > ${TMPDIR}/checkVLV 2>&1
2996     eval "${GREP} 2.16.840.1.113730.3.4.9 ${TMPDIR}/checkVLV ${VERB}"
2997     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
2998         ${ECHO} "ERROR: VLV is not supported on LDAP server!"
2999         cleanup
3000         exit 1
3001     fi
3002     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  VLV controls found on LDAP server."
3003 }
3004 
3005 #
3006 # get_backend(): this function gets the relevant backend
3007 #                (database) for LDAP_BASED.
3008 #                Description: set IDS_DATABASE; exit on failure.
3009 #                Prerequisite: LDAP_BASEDN and LDAP_SUFFIX are
3010 #                valid.
3011 #
3012 #                backend is retrieved from suffixes and subsuffixes
3013 #                defined under "cn=mapping tree,cn=config". The 
3014 #                nsslapd-state attribute of these suffixes entries
3015 #                is filled with either Backend, Disabled or referrals
3016 #                related values. We only want those that have a true
3017 #                backend database to select the relevant backend.
3018 #                
3019 get_backend()
3020 {
3021     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In get_backend()"
3022 
3023     cur_suffix=${LDAP_BASEDN}
3024     prev_suffix=
3025     IDS_DATABASE=
3026     while [ "${cur_suffix}" != "${prev_suffix}" ]
3027     do
3028         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "testing LDAP suffix: ${cur_suffix}"
3029         eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} " \
3030                 "-b \"cn=\\\"${cur_suffix}\\\",cn=mapping tree,cn=config\" " \
3031                 "-s base nsslapd-state=Backend nsslapd-backend 2>&1 " \
3032                 "| ${GREP} 'nsslapd-backend=' " \
3033                 "> ${TMPDIR}/ids_database_name 2>&1"
3034         NUM_DBS=`wc -l ${TMPDIR}/ids_database_name | awk '{print $1}'`
3035         case ${NUM_DBS} in
3036         0) # not a suffix, or suffix not activated; try next
3037             prev_suffix=${cur_suffix}
3038             cur_suffix=`${ECHO} ${cur_suffix} | cut -f2- -d','`
3039             ;;
3040         1) # suffix found; get database name
3041             IDS_DATABASE=`cat ${TMPDIR}/ids_database_name | cut -d= -f2`
3042             ;;
3043         *) # can not handle more than one database per suffix
3044             ${ECHO} "ERROR: More than one database is configured "
3045             ${ECHO} "       for $LDAP_SUFFIX!"
3046             ${ECHO} "       $PROG can not configure suffixes where "
3047             ${ECHO} "       more than one database is used for one suffix."
3048             cleanup
3049             exit 1
3050             ;;
3051         esac
3052         if [ -n "${IDS_DATABASE}" ]; then
3053             break
3054         fi
3055     done
3056 
3057     if [ -z "${IDS_DATABASE}" ]; then
3058         # should not happen, since LDAP_BASEDN is supposed to be valid
3059         ${ECHO} "Could not find a valid backend for ${LDAP_BASEDN}."
3060         ${ECHO} "Exiting."
3061         cleanup
3062         exit 1
3063     fi
3064 
3065     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "IDS_DATABASE: ${IDS_DATABASE}"
3066 }
3067 
3068 #
3069 # validate_suffix(): This function validates ${LDAP_SUFFIX}
3070 #                  THIS FUNCTION IS FOR THE LOAD CONFIG FILE OPTION.
3071 #
3072 validate_suffix()
3073 {
3074     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In validate_suffix()"
3075 
3076     # Check LDAP_SUFFIX is not null
3077     if [ -z "${LDAP_SUFFIX}" ]; then
3078         ${ECHO} "Invalid suffix (null suffix)"
3079         cleanup
3080         exit 1
3081     fi
3082 
3083     # Check LDAP_SUFFIX and LDAP_BASEDN are consistent
3084     # Convert to lower case for basename.
3085     format_string "${LDAP_BASEDN}"
3086     LOWER_BASEDN="${FMT_STR}"
3087     format_string "${LDAP_SUFFIX}"
3088     LOWER_SUFFIX="${FMT_STR}"
3089 
3090     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "LOWER_BASEDN: ${LOWER_BASEDN}"
3091     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "LOWER_SUFFIX: ${LOWER_SUFFIX}"
3092 
3093     if [ "${LOWER_BASEDN}" != "${LOWER_SUFFIX}" ]; then
3094         sub_basedn=`basename "${LOWER_BASEDN}" "${LOWER_SUFFIX}"`
3095         if [ "$sub_basedn" = "${LOWER_BASEDN}" ]; then
3096             ${ECHO} "Invalid suffix ${LOWER_SUFFIX}"
3097             ${ECHO} "for Base DN ${LOWER_BASEDN}"
3098             cleanup
3099             exit 1
3100         fi
3101     fi
3102 
3103     # Check LDAP_SUFFIX does exist
3104     ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${LDAP_SUFFIX}\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" > ${TMPDIR}/checkSuffix 2>&1" && return 0
3105 
3106     # Well, suffix does not exist, try to prepare create it ...
3107     NEED_CREATE_SUFFIX=1
3108     prep_create_sfx_entry ||
3109     {
3110         cleanup
3111         exit 1
3112     }
3113     [ -n "${NEED_CREATE_BACKEND}" ] &&
3114     {
3115         # try to use id attr value of the suffix as a database name
3116         IDS_DATABASE=${_VAL}
3117         prep_create_sfx_backend
3118         case $? in
3119         1)      # cann't use the name we want, so we can either exit or use
3120                 # some another available name - doing the last ...
3121                 IDS_DATABASE=${IDS_DATABASE_AVAIL}
3122                 ;;
3123         2)      # unable to determine database name
3124                 cleanup
3125                 exit 1
3126                 ;;
3127         esac
3128     }
3129 
3130     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "Suffix $LDAP_SUFFIX, Database $IDS_DATABASE"
3131 }
3132 
3133 #
3134 # validate_info(): This function validates the basic info collected
3135 #                  So that some problems are caught right away.
3136 #                  THIS FUNCTION IS FOR THE LOAD CONFIG FILE OPTION.
3137 #
3138 validate_info()
3139 {
3140     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In validate_info()"
3141 
3142     # Set SERVER_ARGS, AUTH_ARGS, and LDAP_ARGS for the config file.
3143     SERVER_ARGS="-h ${IDS_SERVER} -p ${IDS_PORT}"
3144     AUTH_ARGS="-D \"${LDAP_ROOTDN}\" -j ${LDAP_ROOTPWF}"
3145     LDAP_ARGS="${SERVER_ARGS} ${AUTH_ARGS}"
3146     export SERVER_ARGS
3147 
3148     # Check the Root DN and Root DN passwd.
3149     # Use eval instead of $EVAL because not part of setup. (validate)
3150     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" > ${TMPDIR}/checkDN 2>&1"
3151     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
3152         eval "${GREP} credential ${TMPDIR}/checkDN ${VERB}"
3153         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
3154             ${ECHO} "ERROR: Root DN passwd is invalid."
3155         else
3156             ${ECHO} "ERROR2: Invalid Root DN <${LDAP_ROOTDN}>."
3157         fi
3158         cleanup
3159         exit 1
3160     fi
3161     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  RootDN ... OK"
3162     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  RootDN passwd ... OK"
3163 
3164     # Check if the server supports the VLV.
3165     chk_vlv_indexes
3166     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  VLV indexes ... OK"
3167 
3168     # Check LDAP suffix
3169     validate_suffix
3170     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP suffix ... OK"
3171 }
3172 
3173 #
3174 # format_string(): take a string as argument and set FMT_STR
3175 # to be the same string formatted as follow:
3176 # - only lower case characters
3177 # - no unnecessary spaces around , and =
3178 #
3179 format_string()
3180 {
3181     FMT_STR=`${ECHO} "$1" | tr '[A-Z]' '[a-z]' |
3182         sed -e 's/[ ]*,[ ]*/,/g' -e 's/[ ]*=[ ]*/=/g'`
3183 }
3184 
3185 #
3186 # prepare for the suffix entry creation
3187 #
3188 # input  : LDAP_BASEDN, LDAP_SUFFIX - base dn and suffix;
3189 # in/out : LDAP_SUFFIX_OBJ, LDAP_SUFFIX_ACI - initially may come from config.
3190 # output : NEED_CREATE_BACKEND - backend for this suffix needs to be created;
3191 #          _RDN, _ATT, _VAL - suffix's RDN, id attribute name and its value.
3192 # return : 0 - success, otherwise error.
3193 #
3194 prep_create_sfx_entry()
3195 {
3196     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In prep_create_sfx_entry()"
3197 
3198     # check whether suffix corresponds to base dn
3199     format_string "${LDAP_BASEDN}"
3200     ${ECHO} ",${FMT_STR}" | ${GREP} ",${LDAP_SUFFIX}$" >/dev/null 2>&1 ||
3201     {
3202         display_msg sfx_not_suitable
3203         return 1
3204     }
3205 
3206     # parse LDAP_SUFFIX
3207     _RDN=`${ECHO} "${LDAP_SUFFIX}" | cut -d, -f1`
3208     _ATT=`${ECHO} "${_RDN}" | cut -d= -f1`
3209     _VAL=`${ECHO} "${_RDN}" | cut -d= -f2-`
3210 
3211     # find out an objectclass for suffix entry if it is not defined yet
3212     [ -z "${LDAP_SUFFIX_OBJ}" ] &&
3213     {
3214         get_objectclass ${_ATT}
3215         [ -z "${_ATTR_NAME}" ] &&
3216         {
3217                 display_msg obj_not_found
3218                 return 1
3219         }
3220         LDAP_SUFFIX_OBJ=${_ATTR_NAME}
3221     }
3222     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "Suffix entry object is ${LDAP_SUFFIX_OBJ}"
3223 
3224     # find out an aci for suffix entry if it is not defined yet
3225     [ -z "${LDAP_SUFFIX_ACI}" ] &&
3226     {
3227         # set Directory Server default aci
3228         LDAP_SUFFIX_ACI=`cat <<EOF
3229 aci: (targetattr != "userPassword || passwordHistory || passwordExpirationTime
3230  || passwordExpWarned || passwordRetryCount || retryCountResetTime ||
3231  accountUnlockTime || passwordAllowChangeTime")
3232  (
3233    version 3.0;
3234    acl "Anonymous access";
3235    allow (read, search, compare) userdn = "ldap:///anyone";
3236  )
3237 aci: (targetattr != "nsroledn || aci || nsLookThroughLimit || nsSizeLimit ||
3238  nsTimeLimit || nsIdleTimeout || passwordPolicySubentry ||
3239  passwordExpirationTime || passwordExpWarned || passwordRetryCount ||
3240  retryCountResetTime || accountUnlockTime || passwordHistory ||
3241  passwordAllowChangeTime")
3242  (
3243    version 3.0;
3244    acl "Allow self entry modification except for some attributes";
3245    allow (write) userdn = "ldap:///self";
3246  )
3247 aci: (targetattr = "*")
3248  (
3249    version 3.0;
3250    acl "Configuration Administrator";
3251    allow (all) userdn = "ldap:///uid=admin,ou=Administrators,
3252                          ou=TopologyManagement,o=NetscapeRoot";
3253  )
3254 aci: (targetattr ="*")
3255  (
3256    version 3.0;
3257    acl "Configuration Administrators Group";
3258    allow (all) groupdn = "ldap:///cn=Configuration Administrators,
3259                           ou=Groups,ou=TopologyManagement,o=NetscapeRoot";
3260  )
3261 EOF
3262 `
3263     }
3264     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && cat <<EOF
3265 DEBUG: ACI for ${LDAP_SUFFIX} is
3266 ${LDAP_SUFFIX_ACI}
3267 EOF
3268 
3269     NEED_CREATE_BACKEND=
3270 
3271     # check the suffix mapping tree ...
3272     # if mapping exists, suffix should work, otherwise DS inconsistent
3273     # NOTE: -b 'cn=mapping tree,cn=config' -s one 'cn=\"$1\"' won't work
3274     #       in case of 'cn' value in LDAP is not quoted by '"',
3275     #       -b 'cn=\"$1\",cn=mapping tree,cn=config' works in all cases
3276     ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} \
3277         -b 'cn=\"${LDAP_SUFFIX}\",cn=mapping tree,cn=config' \
3278         -s base 'objectclass=*' dn ${VERB}" &&
3279     {
3280         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "Suffix mapping already exists"
3281         # get_backend() either gets IDS_DATABASE or exits
3282         get_backend
3283         return 0
3284     }
3285 
3286     # no suffix mapping, just in case check ldbm backends consistency -
3287     # there are must be NO any databases pointing to LDAP_SUFFIX 
3288     [ -n "`${EVAL} \"${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} \
3289         -b 'cn=ldbm database,cn=plugins,cn=config' \
3290         -s one 'nsslapd-suffix=${LDAP_SUFFIX}' dn\" 2>/dev/null`" ] &&
3291     {
3292         display_msg sfx_config_incons
3293         return 1
3294     }
3295 
3296     # ok, no suffix mapping, no ldbm database
3297     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "DEBUG: backend needs to be created ..."
3298     NEED_CREATE_BACKEND=1
3299     return 0
3300 }
3301 
3302 #
3303 # prepare for the suffix backend creation
3304 #
3305 # input  : IDS_DATABASE - requested ldbm db name (must be not null)
3306 # in/out : IDS_DATABASE_AVAIL - available ldbm db name
3307 # return : 0 - ldbm db name ok
3308 #          1 - IDS_DATABASE exists,
3309 #              so IDS_DATABASE_AVAIL contains available name
3310 #          2 - unable to find any available name
3311 #
3312 prep_create_sfx_backend()
3313 {
3314     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In prep_create_sfx_backend()"
3315 
3316     # check if requested name available
3317     [ "${IDS_DATABASE}" = "${IDS_DATABASE_AVAIL}" ] && return 0
3318 
3319     # get the list of database names start with a requested name
3320     _LDBM_DBS=`${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} \
3321         -b 'cn=ldbm database,cn=plugins,cn=config' \
3322         -s one 'cn=${IDS_DATABASE}*' cn"` 2>/dev/null
3323 
3324     # find available db name based on a requested name
3325     _i=""; _i_MAX=10
3326     while [ ${_i:-0} -lt ${_i_MAX} ]
3327     do
3328         _name="${IDS_DATABASE}${_i}"
3329         ${ECHO} "${_LDBM_DBS}" | ${GREP} -i "^cn=${_name}$" >/dev/null 2>&1 ||
3330         {
3331                 IDS_DATABASE_AVAIL="${_name}"
3332                 break
3333         }
3334         _i=`expr ${_i:-0} + 1`
3335     done
3336 
3337     [ "${IDS_DATABASE}" = "${IDS_DATABASE_AVAIL}" ] && return 0
3338 
3339     [ -n "${IDS_DATABASE_AVAIL}" ] &&
3340     {
3341         display_msg ldbm_db_exist
3342         return 1
3343     }
3344 
3345     display_msg unable_find_db_name
3346     return 2
3347 }
3348 
3349 #
3350 # add suffix if needed,
3351 #     suffix entry and backend MUST be prepared by
3352 #     prep_create_sfx_entry and prep_create_sfx_backend correspondingly
3353 #
3354 # input  : NEED_CREATE_SUFFIX, LDAP_SUFFIX, LDAP_SUFFIX_OBJ, _ATT, _VAL
3355 #          LDAP_SUFFIX_ACI, NEED_CREATE_BACKEND, IDS_DATABASE
3356 # return : 0 - suffix successfully created, otherwise error occured
3357 #
3358 add_suffix()
3359 {
3360     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_suffix()"
3361 
3362     [ -n "${NEED_CREATE_SUFFIX}" ] || return 0
3363 
3364     [ -n "${NEED_CREATE_BACKEND}" ] &&
3365     {
3366         ${EVAL} "${LDAPADD} ${LDAP_ARGS} ${VERB}" <<EOF
3367 dn: cn="${LDAP_SUFFIX}",cn=mapping tree,cn=config
3368 objectclass: top
3369 objectclass: extensibleObject
3370 objectclass: nsMappingTree
3371 cn: ${LDAP_SUFFIX}
3372 nsslapd-state: backend
3373 nsslapd-backend: ${IDS_DATABASE}
3374 
3375 dn: cn=${IDS_DATABASE},cn=ldbm database,cn=plugins,cn=config
3376 objectclass: top
3377 objectclass: extensibleObject
3378 objectclass: nsBackendInstance
3379 cn: ${IDS_DATABASE}
3380 nsslapd-suffix: ${LDAP_SUFFIX}
3381 EOF
3382         [ $? -ne 0 ] &&
3383         {
3384                 display_msg create_ldbm_db_error
3385                 return 1
3386         }
3387 
3388         ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Database ${IDS_DATABASE} successfully created"
3389         STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
3390     }
3391 
3392     ${EVAL} "${LDAPADD} ${LDAP_ARGS} ${VERB}" <<EOF
3393 dn: ${LDAP_SUFFIX}
3394 objectclass: ${LDAP_SUFFIX_OBJ}
3395 ${_ATT}: ${_VAL}
3396 ${LDAP_SUFFIX_ACI}
3397 EOF
3398     [ $? -ne 0 ] &&
3399     {
3400         display_msg create_suffix_entry_error
3401         return 1
3402     }
3403 
3404     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Suffix ${LDAP_SUFFIX} successfully created"
3405     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
3406     return 0
3407 }
3408 
3409 #
3410 # interactively get suffix and related info from a user
3411 #
3412 # input  : LDAP_BASEDN - Base DN
3413 # output : LDAP_SUFFIX - Suffix, _ATT, _VAL - id attribute and its value;
3414 #          LDAP_SUFFIX_OBJ, LDAP_SUFFIX_ACI - objectclass and aci;
3415 #          NEED_CREATE_BACKEND - tells whether backend needs to be created;
3416 #          IDS_DATABASE - prepared ldbm db name
3417 # return : 0 - user gave a correct suffix 
3418 #          1 - suffix given by user cann't be created
3419 #
3420 get_suffix()
3421 {
3422     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In get_suffix()"
3423 
3424     while :
3425     do
3426         get_ans "Enter suffix to be created (b=back/h=help):" ${LDAP_BASEDN}
3427         case "${ANS}" in
3428         [Hh] | Help | help | \? ) display_msg create_suffix_help ;;
3429         [Bb] | Back | back | \< ) return 1 ;;
3430         * )
3431                 format_string "${ANS}"
3432                 LDAP_SUFFIX=${FMT_STR}
3433                 prep_create_sfx_entry || continue
3434 
3435                 [ -n "${NEED_CREATE_BACKEND}" ] &&
3436                 {
3437                     IDS_DATABASE_AVAIL= # reset the available db name
3438 
3439                     reenter_suffix=
3440                     while :
3441                     do
3442                         get_ans "Enter ldbm database name (b=back/h=help):" \
3443                                 ${IDS_DATABASE_AVAIL:-${_VAL}}
3444                         case "${ANS}" in
3445                         [Hh] | \? ) display_msg enter_ldbm_db_help ;;
3446                         [Bb] | \< ) reenter_suffix=1; break ;;
3447                         * )
3448                                 IDS_DATABASE="${ANS}"
3449                                 prep_create_sfx_backend && break
3450                         esac
3451                     done
3452                     [ -n "${reenter_suffix}" ] && continue
3453 
3454                     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && cat <<EOF
3455 DEBUG: backend name for suffix ${LDAP_SUFFIX} will be ${IDS_DATABASE}
3456 EOF
3457                 }
3458 
3459                 # eventually everything is prepared
3460                 return 0
3461                 ;;
3462         esac
3463     done
3464 }
3465 
3466 #
3467 # print out a script which sets LDAP suffix related preferences
3468 #
3469 print_suffix_config()
3470 {
3471     cat <<EOF2
3472 # LDAP suffix related preferences used only if needed
3473 IDS_DATABASE="${IDS_DATABASE}"
3474 LDAP_SUFFIX_OBJ="$LDAP_SUFFIX_OBJ"
3475 LDAP_SUFFIX_ACI=\`cat <<EOF
3476 ${LDAP_SUFFIX_ACI}
3477 EOF
3478 \`
3479 export IDS_DATABASE LDAP_SUFFIX_OBJ LDAP_SUFFIX_ACI
3480 EOF2
3481 }
3482 
3483 # 
3484 # check_basedn_suffix(): check that there is an existing 
3485 # valid suffix to hold current base DN
3486 # return:
3487 #   0: valid suffix found or new one should be created,
3488 #      NEED_CREATE_SUFFIX flag actually indicates that
3489 #   1: some error occures
3490 #
3491 check_basedn_suffix()
3492 {
3493     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In check_basedn_suffix()"
3494 
3495     NEED_CREATE_SUFFIX=
3496 
3497     # find out existing suffixes
3498     discover_serv_suffix
3499 
3500     ${ECHO} "  Validating LDAP Base DN and Suffix ..."
3501 
3502     # check that LDAP Base DN might be added
3503     cur_ldap_entry=${LDAP_BASEDN}
3504     prev_ldap_entry=
3505     while [ "${cur_ldap_entry}" != "${prev_ldap_entry}" ]
3506     do
3507         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "testing LDAP entry: ${cur_ldap_entry}"
3508         ${LDAPSEARCH} ${SERVER_ARGS} -b "${cur_ldap_entry}" \
3509                 -s one "objectclass=*" > /dev/null 2>&1
3510         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then 
3511             break
3512         else
3513             prev_ldap_entry=${cur_ldap_entry}
3514             cur_ldap_entry=`${ECHO} ${cur_ldap_entry} | cut -f2- -d','`
3515         fi      
3516     done
3517 
3518     if [ "${cur_ldap_entry}" = "${prev_ldap_entry}" ]; then
3519         ${ECHO} "  No valid suffixes were found for Base DN ${LDAP_BASEDN}"
3520 
3521         NEED_CREATE_SUFFIX=1
3522         return 0
3523 
3524     else
3525         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "found valid LDAP entry: ${cur_ldap_entry}"
3526 
3527         # Now looking for relevant suffix for this entry.
3528         # LDAP_SUFFIX will then be used to add necessary
3529         # base objects. See add_base_objects().
3530         format_string "${cur_ldap_entry}"
3531         lower_entry="${FMT_STR}"
3532         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "final suffix list: ${LDAP_SUFFIX_LIST}"
3533         oIFS=$IFS
3534         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "setting IFS to new line"
3535         IFS='
3536 '
3537         for suff in ${LDAP_SUFFIX_LIST}
3538         do
3539             [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "testing suffix: ${suff}"
3540             format_string "${suff}"
3541             lower_suff="${FMT_STR}"
3542             if [ "${lower_entry}" = "${lower_suff}" ]; then
3543                 LDAP_SUFFIX="${suff}"
3544                 break
3545             else
3546                 dcstmp=`basename "${lower_entry}" "${lower_suff}"`
3547                 if [ "${dcstmp}" = "${lower_entry}" ]; then
3548                     # invalid suffix, try next one
3549                     continue
3550                 else
3551                     # valid suffix found
3552                     LDAP_SUFFIX="${suff}"
3553                     break
3554                 fi
3555             fi
3556         done
3557         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "setting IFS to original value"
3558         IFS=$oIFS
3559 
3560         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "LDAP_SUFFIX: ${LDAP_SUFFIX}"
3561 
3562         if [ -z "${LDAP_SUFFIX}" ]; then
3563             # should not happen, since we found the entry
3564             ${ECHO} "Could not find a valid suffix for ${LDAP_BASEDN}."
3565             ${ECHO} "Exiting."
3566             return 1
3567         fi
3568         
3569         # Getting relevant database (backend)
3570         # IDS_DATABASE will then be used to create indexes.
3571         get_backend
3572 
3573         return 0
3574     fi
3575 }
3576 
3577 #
3578 # discover_serv_suffix(): This function queries the server to find 
3579 #    suffixes available
3580 #  return: 0: OK, suffix found
3581 #          1: suffix not determined
3582 discover_serv_suffix()
3583 {
3584     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In discover_serv_suffix()"
3585 
3586     # Search the server for the TOP of the TREE.
3587     ${LDAPSEARCH} ${SERVER_ARGS} -b "" -s base "objectclass=*" > ${TMPDIR}/checkTOP 2>&1
3588     ${GREP} -i namingcontexts ${TMPDIR}/checkTOP | \
3589         ${GREP} -i -v NetscapeRoot > ${TMPDIR}/treeTOP
3590     NUM_TOP=`wc -l ${TMPDIR}/treeTOP | awk '{print $1}'`
3591     case $NUM_TOP in
3592         0)
3593             [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "DEBUG: No suffix found in LDAP tree"
3594             return 1
3595             ;;
3596         *)  # build the list of suffixes; take out 'namingContexts=' in
3597             # each line of ${TMPDIR}/treeTOP
3598             LDAP_SUFFIX_LIST=`cat ${TMPDIR}/treeTOP | 
3599                 awk '{ printf("%s\n",substr($0,16,length-15)) }'`
3600             ;;
3601     esac
3602 
3603     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  LDAP_SUFFIX_LIST = $LDAP_SUFFIX_LIST"
3604     return 0
3605 }
3606 
3607 
3608 #
3609 # modify_cn(): Change the cn from MUST to MAY in ipNetwork.
3610 #
3611 modify_cn()
3612 {
3613     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In modify_cn()"
3614 
3615     ( cat <<EOF
3616 dn: cn=schema
3617 changetype: modify
3618 add: objectclasses
3619 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.1.1.2.7 NAME 'ipNetwork' DESC 'Standard LDAP objectclass' SUP top STRUCTURAL MUST ipNetworkNumber MAY ( ipNetmaskNumber $ manager $ cn $ l $ description ) X-ORIGIN 'RFC 2307' )
3620 EOF
3621 ) > ${TMPDIR}/ipNetwork_cn
3622 
3623     # Modify the cn for ipNetwork.
3624     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/ipNetwork_cn ${VERB}"
3625     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
3626         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: update of cn for ipNetwork failed!"
3627         cleanup
3628         exit 1
3629     fi
3630 }
3631 
3632 
3633 # modify_timelimit(): Modify timelimit to user value.
3634 modify_timelimit()
3635 {
3636     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In modify_timelimit()"
3637 
3638     # Here doc to modify timelimit.
3639     ( cat <<EOF
3640 dn: cn=config
3641 changetype: modify
3642 replace: nsslapd-timelimit
3643 nsslapd-timelimit: ${IDS_TIMELIMIT}
3644 EOF
3645 ) > ${TMPDIR}/ids_timelimit
3646 
3647     # Add the entry.
3648     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/ids_timelimit ${VERB}"
3649     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
3650         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: update of nsslapd-timelimit failed!"
3651         cleanup
3652         exit 1
3653     fi
3654 
3655     # Display messages for modifications made in patch.
3656     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Changed timelimit to ${IDS_TIMELIMIT} in cn=config."
3657     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
3658 }
3659 
3660 
3661 # modify_sizelimit(): Modify sizelimit to user value.
3662 modify_sizelimit()
3663 {
3664     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In modify_sizelimit()"
3665 
3666     # Here doc to modify sizelimit.
3667     ( cat <<EOF
3668 dn: cn=config
3669 changetype: modify
3670 replace: nsslapd-sizelimit
3671 nsslapd-sizelimit: ${IDS_SIZELIMIT}
3672 EOF
3673 ) > ${TMPDIR}/ids_sizelimit
3674 
3675     # Add the entry.
3676     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/ids_sizelimit ${VERB}"
3677     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
3678         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: update of nsslapd-sizelimit failed!"
3679         cleanup
3680         exit 1
3681     fi
3682 
3683     # Display messages for modifications made in patch.
3684     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Changed sizelimit to ${IDS_SIZELIMIT} in cn=config."
3685     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
3686 }
3687 
3688 
3689 # modify_pwd_crypt(): Modify the passwd storage scheme to support CRYPT.
3690 modify_pwd_crypt()
3691 {
3692     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In modify_pwd_crypt()"
3693 
3694     # Here doc to modify passwordstoragescheme.
3695     # IDS 5.2 moved passwordchangesceme off to a new data structure.
3696     if [ $IDS_MAJVER -le 5 ] && [ $IDS_MINVER -le 1 ]; then 
3697         ( cat <<EOF
3698 dn: cn=config
3699 changetype: modify
3700 replace: passwordstoragescheme
3701 passwordstoragescheme: crypt
3702 EOF
3703         ) > ${TMPDIR}/ids_crypt
3704     else
3705         ( cat <<EOF
3706 dn: cn=Password Policy,cn=config
3707 changetype: modify
3708 replace: passwordstoragescheme
3709 passwordstoragescheme: crypt
3710 EOF
3711         ) > ${TMPDIR}/ids_crypt
3712     fi
3713 
3714     # Add the entry.
3715     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/ids_crypt ${VERB}"
3716     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
3717         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: update of passwordstoragescheme failed!"
3718         cleanup
3719         exit 1
3720     fi
3721 
3722     # Display messages for modifications made in patch.
3723     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Changed passwordstoragescheme to \"crypt\" in cn=config."
3724     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
3725 }
3726 
3727 
3728 #
3729 # add_eq_indexes(): Add indexes to improve search performance.
3730 #
3731 add_eq_indexes()
3732 {
3733     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_eq_indexes()"
3734 
3735     # Set eq indexes to add.
3736     _INDEXES="uidNumber ipNetworkNumber gidnumber oncrpcnumber automountKey"
3737 
3738     if [ -z "${IDS_DATABASE}" ]; then
3739         get_backend
3740     fi
3741 
3742     # Set _EXT to use as shortcut.
3743     _EXT="cn=index,cn=${IDS_DATABASE},cn=ldbm database,cn=plugins,cn=config"
3744 
3745     # Display message to id current step.
3746     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Processing eq,pres indexes:"
3747     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
3748 
3749     # For loop to create indexes.
3750     for i in ${_INDEXES}; do
3751         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  Adding index for ${i}"
3752 
3753         # Check if entry exists first, if so, skip to next.
3754         ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"cn=${i},${_EXT}\" -s base \
3755             \"objectclass=*\" > /dev/null 2>&1"
3756         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
3757             # Display index skipped.
3758             ${ECHO} "      ${i} (eq,pres) skipped already exists"       
3759             continue
3760         fi
3761 
3762         # Here doc to create LDIF.
3763         ( cat <<EOF
3764 dn: cn=${i},${_EXT}
3765 objectClass: top
3766 objectClass: nsIndex
3767 cn: ${i}
3768 nsSystemIndex: false
3769 nsIndexType: pres
3770 nsIndexType: eq
3771 EOF
3772 ) > ${TMPDIR}/index_${i}
3773 
3774         # Add the index.
3775         ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} -a ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/index_${i} ${VERB}"
3776         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
3777             ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Adding EQ,PRES index for ${i} failed!"
3778             cleanup
3779             exit 1
3780         fi
3781 
3782         # Build date for task name.
3783         _YR=`date '+%y'`
3784         _MN=`date '+%m'`
3785         _DY=`date '+%d'`
3786         _H=`date '+%H'`
3787         _M=`date '+%M'`
3788         _S=`date '+%S'`
3789 
3790         # Build task name
3791         TASKNAME="${i}_${_YR}_${_MN}_${_DY}_${_H}_${_M}_${_S}"
3792 
3793         # Build the task entry to add.
3794         ( cat <<EOF
3795 dn: cn=${TASKNAME}, cn=index, cn=tasks, cn=config
3796 changetype: add
3797 objectclass: top
3798 objectclass: extensibleObject
3799 cn: ${TASKNAME}
3800 nsInstance: ${IDS_DATABASE}
3801 nsIndexAttribute: ${i}
3802 EOF
3803 ) > ${TMPDIR}/task_${i}
3804 
3805         # Add the task.
3806         ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} -a ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/task_${i} ${VERB}"
3807         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
3808             ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Adding task for ${i} failed!"
3809             cleanup
3810             exit 1
3811         fi
3812 
3813         # Wait for task to finish, display current status.
3814         while :
3815         do
3816             ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} \
3817                 -b \"cn=${TASKNAME}, cn=index, cn=tasks, cn=config\" -s base \
3818                 \"objectclass=*\" nstaskstatus > \"${TMPDIR}/istask_${i}\" 2>&1"
3819             ${GREP} "${TASKNAME}" "${TMPDIR}/istask_${i}" > /dev/null 2>&1
3820             if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
3821                 break
3822             fi
3823             TASK_STATUS=`${GREP} -i nstaskstatus "${TMPDIR}/istask_${i}" |
3824                 head -1 | cut -d: -f2`
3825             ${ECHO} "      ${i} (eq,pres)  $TASK_STATUS                  \r\c"
3826             ${ECHO} "$TASK_STATUS" | ${GREP} "Finished" > /dev/null 2>&1
3827             if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
3828                 break
3829             fi
3830             sleep 2
3831         done
3832 
3833         # Print newline because of \c.
3834         ${ECHO} " "
3835     done
3836 }
3837 
3838 
3839 #
3840 # add_sub_indexes(): Add indexes to improve search performance.
3841 #
3842 add_sub_indexes()
3843 {
3844     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_sub_indexes()"
3845 
3846     # Set eq indexes to add.
3847     _INDEXES="ipHostNumber membernisnetgroup nisnetgrouptriple"
3848 
3849     # Set _EXT to use as shortcut.
3850     _EXT="cn=index,cn=${IDS_DATABASE},cn=ldbm database,cn=plugins,cn=config"
3851 
3852 
3853     # Display message to id current step.
3854     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Processing eq,pres,sub indexes:"
3855     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
3856 
3857     # For loop to create indexes.
3858     for i in ${_INDEXES}; do
3859         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  Adding index for ${i}"
3860 
3861         # Check if entry exists first, if so, skip to next.
3862         ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"cn=${i},${_EXT}\" \
3863             -s base \"objectclass=*\" > /dev/null 2>&1"
3864         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
3865             # Display index skipped.
3866             ${ECHO} "      ${i} (eq,pres,sub) skipped already exists"   
3867             continue
3868         fi
3869 
3870         # Here doc to create LDIF.
3871         ( cat <<EOF
3872 dn: cn=${i},${_EXT}
3873 objectClass: top
3874 objectClass: nsIndex
3875 cn: ${i}
3876 nsSystemIndex: false
3877 nsIndexType: pres
3878 nsIndexType: eq
3879 nsIndexType: sub
3880 EOF
3881 ) > ${TMPDIR}/index_${i}
3882 
3883         # Add the index.
3884         ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} -a ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/index_${i} ${VERB}"
3885         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
3886             ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Adding EQ,PRES,SUB index for ${i} failed!"
3887             cleanup
3888             exit 1
3889         fi
3890 
3891         # Build date for task name.
3892         _YR=`date '+%y'`
3893         _MN=`date '+%m'`
3894         _DY=`date '+%d'`
3895         _H=`date '+%H'`
3896         _M=`date '+%M'`
3897         _S=`date '+%S'`
3898 
3899         # Build task name
3900         TASKNAME="${i}_${_YR}_${_MN}_${_DY}_${_H}_${_M}_${_S}"
3901 
3902         # Build the task entry to add.
3903         ( cat <<EOF
3904 dn: cn=${TASKNAME}, cn=index, cn=tasks, cn=config
3905 changetype: add
3906 objectclass: top
3907 objectclass: extensibleObject
3908 cn: ${TASKNAME}
3909 nsInstance: ${IDS_DATABASE}
3910 nsIndexAttribute: ${i}
3911 EOF
3912 ) > ${TMPDIR}/task_${i}
3913 
3914         # Add the task.
3915         ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} -a ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/task_${i} ${VERB}"
3916         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
3917             ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Adding task for ${i} failed!"
3918             cleanup
3919             exit 1
3920         fi
3921 
3922         # Wait for task to finish, display current status.
3923         while :
3924         do
3925             ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} \
3926                 -b \"cn=${TASKNAME}, cn=index, cn=tasks, cn=config\" -s base \
3927                 \"objectclass=*\" nstaskstatus > \"${TMPDIR}/istask_${i}\" 2>&1"
3928             ${GREP} "${TASKNAME}" "${TMPDIR}/istask_${i}" > /dev/null 2>&1
3929             if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
3930                 break
3931             fi
3932             TASK_STATUS=`${GREP} -i nstaskstatus "${TMPDIR}/istask_${i}" |
3933                 head -1 | cut -d: -f2`
3934             ${ECHO} "      ${i} (eq,pres,sub)  $TASK_STATUS                  \r\c"
3935             ${ECHO} "$TASK_STATUS" | ${GREP} "Finished" > /dev/null 2>&1
3936             if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
3937                 break
3938             fi
3939             sleep 2
3940         done
3941 
3942         # Print newline because of \c.
3943         ${ECHO} " "
3944     done
3945 }
3946 
3947 
3948 #
3949 # add_vlv_indexes(): Add VLV indexes to improve search performance.
3950 #
3951 add_vlv_indexes()
3952 {
3953     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_vlv_indexes()"
3954 
3955     # Set eq indexes to add.
3956     # Note semi colon separators because some filters contain colons
3957     _INDEX1="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getgrent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_group_vlv_index;ou=group;objectClass=posixGroup"
3958     _INDEX2="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.gethostent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_hosts_vlv_index;ou=hosts;objectClass=ipHost"
3959     _INDEX3="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getnetent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_networks_vlv_index;ou=networks;objectClass=ipNetwork"
3960     _INDEX4="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getpwent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_passwd_vlv_index;ou=people;objectClass=posixAccount"
3961     _INDEX5="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getrpcent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_rpc_vlv_index;ou=rpc;objectClass=oncRpc"
3962     _INDEX6="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getspent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_shadow_vlv_index;ou=people;objectClass=shadowAccount"
3963 
3964     # Indexes added during NIS to LDAP transition
3965     _INDEX7="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getauhoent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_auho_vlv_index;automountmapname=auto_home;objectClass=automount"
3966     _INDEX8="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getsoluent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_solu_vlv_index;ou=people;objectClass=SolarisUserAttr"
3967     _INDEX10="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getauthent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_auth_vlv_index;ou=SolarisAuthAttr;objectClass=SolarisAuthAttr"
3968     _INDEX11="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getexecent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_exec_vlv_index;ou=SolarisProfAttr;&(objectClass=SolarisExecAttr)(SolarisKernelSecurityPolicy=*)"
3969     _INDEX12="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getprofent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_prof_vlv_index;ou=SolarisProfAttr;&(objectClass=SolarisProfAttr)(SolarisAttrLongDesc=*)"
3970     _INDEX13="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getmailent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_mail_vlv_index;ou=aliases;objectClass=mailGroup"
3971     _INDEX14="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getbootent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}__boot_vlv_index;ou=ethers;&(objectClass=bootableDevice)(bootParameter=*)"
3972     _INDEX15="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getethent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_ethers_vlv_index;ou=ethers;&(objectClass=ieee802Device)(macAddress=*)"
3973     _INDEX16="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getngrpent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_netgroup_vlv_index;ou=netgroup;objectClass=nisNetgroup"
3974     _INDEX17="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getipnent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_ipn_vlv_index;ou=networks;&(objectClass=ipNetwork)(cn=*)"
3975     _INDEX18="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getmaskent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_mask_vlv_index;ou=networks;&(objectClass=ipNetwork)(ipNetmaskNumber=*)"
3976     _INDEX19="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getprent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_pr_vlv_index;ou=printers;objectClass=printerService"
3977     _INDEX20="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getip4ent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_ip4_vlv_index;ou=hosts;&(objectClass=ipHost)(ipHostNumber=*.*)"
3978     _INDEX21="${LDAP_DOMAIN}.getip6ent;${LDAP_DOMAIN}_ip6_vlv_index;ou=hosts;&(objectClass=ipHost)(ipHostNumber=*:*)"
3979 
3980     _INDEXES="$_INDEX1 $_INDEX2 $_INDEX3 $_INDEX4 $_INDEX5 $_INDEX6 $_INDEX7 $_INDEX8 $_INDEX9 $_INDEX10 $_INDEX11 $_INDEX12 $_INDEX13 $_INDEX14 $_INDEX15 $_INDEX16 $_INDEX17 $_INDEX18 $_INDEX19 $_INDEX20 $_INDEX21 "
3981 
3982 
3983     # Set _EXT to use as shortcut.
3984     _EXT="cn=${IDS_DATABASE},cn=ldbm database,cn=plugins,cn=config"
3985 
3986 
3987     # Display message to id current step.
3988     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Processing VLV indexes:"
3989     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
3990 
3991     # Reset temp file for vlvindex commands.
3992     [ -f ${TMPDIR}/ds5_vlvindex_list ] &&  rm ${TMPDIR}/ds5_vlvindex_list
3993     touch ${TMPDIR}/ds5_vlvindex_list
3994     [ -f ${TMPDIR}/ds6_vlvindex_list ] &&  rm ${TMPDIR}/ds6_vlvindex_list
3995     touch ${TMPDIR}/ds6_vlvindex_list
3996 
3997     # Get the instance name from iDS server.
3998     _INSTANCE="<server-instance>"    # Default to old output.
3999 
4000     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} -v ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"cn=config\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" nsslapd-instancedir | ${GREP} 'nsslapd-instancedir=' | cut -d'=' -f2- > ${TMPDIR}/instance_name 2>&1"
4001 
4002     ${GREP} "slapd-" ${TMPDIR}/instance_name > /dev/null 2>&1 # Check if seems right?
4003     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then # If success, grab name after "slapd-".
4004         _INST_DIR=`cat ${TMPDIR}/instance_name`
4005         _INSTANCE=`basename "${_INST_DIR}" | cut -d'-' -f2-`
4006     fi
4007 
4008     # For loop to create indexes.
4009     for p in ${_INDEXES}; do
4010         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "  Adding index for ${i}"
4011 
4012         # Break p (pair) into i and j parts.
4013         i=`${ECHO} $p | cut -d';' -f1`
4014         j=`${ECHO} $p | cut -d';' -f2`
4015         k=`${ECHO} $p | cut -d';' -f3`
4016         m=`${ECHO} $p | cut -d';' -f4`
4017 
4018         # Set _jEXT to use as shortcut.
4019         _jEXT="cn=${j},${_EXT}"
4020 
4021         # Check if entry exists first, if so, skip to next.
4022         ${LDAPSEARCH} ${SERVER_ARGS} -b "cn=${i},${_jEXT}" -s base "objectclass=*" > /dev/null 2>&1
4023         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
4024             # Display index skipped.
4025             ${ECHO} "      ${i} vlv_index skipped already exists"       
4026             continue
4027         fi
4028 
4029         # Compute the VLV Scope from the LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE. 
4030         # NOTE: A value of "base (0)" does not make sense.
4031         case "$LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE" in
4032             sub) VLV_SCOPE="2" ;;
4033             *)   VLV_SCOPE="1" ;; 
4034         esac
4035 
4036         # Here doc to create LDIF.
4037         ( cat <<EOF
4038 dn: ${_jEXT}
4039 objectClass: top
4040 objectClass: vlvSearch
4041 cn: ${j}
4042 vlvbase: ${k},${LDAP_BASEDN}
4043 vlvscope: ${VLV_SCOPE}
4044 vlvfilter: (${m})
4045 aci: (target="ldap:///${_jEXT}")(targetattr="*")(version 3.0; acl "Config";allow(read,search,compare)userdn="ldap:///anyone";)
4046 
4047 dn: cn=${i},${_jEXT}
4048 cn: ${i}
4049 vlvSort: cn uid
4050 objectclass: top
4051 objectclass: vlvIndex
4052 EOF
4053 ) > ${TMPDIR}/vlv_index_${i}
4054 
4055         # Add the index.
4056         ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} -a ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/vlv_index_${i} ${VERB}"
4057         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4058             ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Adding VLV index for ${i} failed!"
4059             cleanup
4060             exit 1
4061         fi
4062 
4063         # Print message that index was created.
4064         ${ECHO} "      ${i} vlv_index   Entry created"
4065 
4066         # Add command to list of vlvindex commands to run.
4067         ${ECHO} "  directoryserver -s ${_INSTANCE} vlvindex -n ${IDS_DATABASE} -T ${i}" >> ${TMPDIR}/ds5_vlvindex_list
4068         ${ECHO} "  <install-path>/bin/dsadm reindex -l -t ${i} <directory-instance-path> ${LDAP_SUFFIX}" >> ${TMPDIR}/ds6_vlvindex_list
4069     done
4070 }
4071 
4072 
4073 #
4074 # display_vlv_cmds(): Display VLV index commands to run on server.
4075 #
4076 display_vlv_cmds()
4077 {
4078     if [ -s "${TMPDIR}/ds5_vlvindex_list" -o \
4079          -s "${TMPDIR}/ds6_vlvindex_list" ]; then
4080         display_msg display_vlv_list
4081     fi
4082 
4083     if [ -s "${TMPDIR}/ds5_vlvindex_list" ]; then
4084         cat ${TMPDIR}/ds5_vlvindex_list
4085     fi
4086 
4087     cat << EOF
4088 
4089 
4090 EOF
4091 
4092     if [ -s "${TMPDIR}/ds6_vlvindex_list" ]; then
4093         cat ${TMPDIR}/ds6_vlvindex_list
4094     fi
4095 }
4096 
4097 #
4098 # keep_backward_compatibility(): Modify schema for the backward compatibility if
4099 # there are the incompatible attributes already
4100 #
4101 keep_backward_compatibility()
4102 {
4103     ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${SERVER_ARGS} -b cn=schema -s base \
4104         \"objectclass=*\" attributeTypes | ${GREP} -i memberGid-oid ${VERB}"
4105     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
4106         ${SED} -e 's/1\.3\.6\.1\.4\.1\.42\.2\.27\.5\.1\.30\ /memberGid-oid\ /' \
4107             ${TMPDIR}/schema_attr > ${TMPDIR}/schema_attr.new
4108         ${MV} ${TMPDIR}/schema_attr.new ${TMPDIR}/schema_attr
4109     fi
4110 
4111     ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${SERVER_ARGS} -b cn=schema -s base \
4112         \"objectclass=*\" attributeTypes | ${GREP} -i rfc822mailMember-oid \
4113         ${VERB}"
4114     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
4115         ${SED} -e \
4116             's/1\.3\.6\.1\.4\.1\.42\.2\.27\.2\.1\.15\ /rfc822mailMember-oid\ /' \
4117             ${TMPDIR}/schema_attr > ${TMPDIR}/schema_attr.new
4118         ${MV} ${TMPDIR}/schema_attr.new ${TMPDIR}/schema_attr
4119     fi
4120 }
4121 
4122 #
4123 # update_schema_attr(): Update Schema to support Naming.
4124 #
4125 update_schema_attr()
4126 {
4127     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In update_schema_attr()"
4128 
4129     ( cat <<EOF
4130 dn: cn=schema
4131 changetype: modify
4132 add: attributetypes
4133 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.1.1.1.28 NAME 'nisPublickey' DESC 'NIS public key' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4134 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.1.1.1.29 NAME 'nisSecretkey' DESC 'NIS secret key' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4135 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.1.1.1.30 NAME 'nisDomain' DESC 'NIS domain' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4136 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.1.1.1.31 NAME 'automountMapName' DESC 'automount Map Name' EQUALITY caseExactIA5Match SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 SINGLE-VALUE )
4137 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.1.1.1.32 NAME 'automountKey' DESC 'automount Key Value' EQUALITY caseExactIA5Match SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 SINGLE-VALUE )
4138 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.1.1.1.33 NAME 'automountInformation' DESC 'automount information' EQUALITY caseExactIA5Match SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 SINGLE-VALUE )
4139 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.1.1.12 NAME 'nisNetIdUser' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 )
4140 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.1.1.13 NAME 'nisNetIdGroup' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 )
4141 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.1.1.14 NAME 'nisNetIdHost' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 )
4142 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.2.1.15 NAME 'rfc822mailMember' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 )
4143 attributetypes: ( 2.16.840.1.113730.3.1.30 NAME 'mgrpRFC822MailMember' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4144 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.15 NAME 'SolarisLDAPServers' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4145 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.16 NAME 'SolarisSearchBaseDN' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.12 SINGLE-VALUE )
4146 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.17 NAME 'SolarisCacheTTL' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4147 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.18 NAME 'SolarisBindDN' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.12 SINGLE-VALUE )
4148 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.19 NAME 'SolarisBindPassword' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 SINGLE-VALUE )
4149 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.20 NAME 'SolarisAuthMethod' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4150 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.21 NAME 'SolarisTransportSecurity' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4151 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.22 NAME 'SolarisCertificatePath' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 SINGLE-VALUE )
4152 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.23 NAME 'SolarisCertificatePassword' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 SINGLE-VALUE )
4153 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.24 NAME 'SolarisDataSearchDN' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4154 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.25 NAME 'SolarisSearchScope' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4155 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.26 NAME 'SolarisSearchTimeLimit' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 SINGLE-VALUE )
4156 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.27 NAME 'SolarisPreferredServer' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4157 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.28 NAME 'SolarisPreferredServerOnly' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4158 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.29 NAME 'SolarisSearchReferral' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4159 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.4 NAME 'SolarisAttrKeyValue' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4160 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.5 NAME 'SolarisAuditAlways' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4161 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.6 NAME 'SolarisAuditNever' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4162 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.7 NAME 'SolarisAttrShortDesc' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4163 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.8 NAME 'SolarisAttrLongDesc' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4164 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.9 NAME 'SolarisKernelSecurityPolicy' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4165 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.10 NAME 'SolarisProfileType' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4166 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.11 NAME 'SolarisProfileId' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 SINGLE-VALUE )
4167 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.12 NAME 'SolarisUserQualifier' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4168 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.13 NAME 'SolarisAttrReserved1' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4169 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.14 NAME 'SolarisAttrReserved2' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4170 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.1 NAME 'SolarisProjectID' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 SINGLE-VALUE )
4171 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.2 NAME 'SolarisProjectName' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 SINGLE-VALUE )
4172 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.3 NAME 'SolarisProjectAttr' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 )
4173 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.30 NAME 'memberGid' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 )
4174 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.0 NAME 'defaultServerList' DESC 'Default LDAP server host address used by a DUA' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4175 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.1 NAME 'defaultSearchBase' DESC 'Default LDAP base DN used by a DUA' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.12 SINGLE-VALUE )
4176 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.2 NAME 'preferredServerList' DESC 'Preferred LDAP server host addresses to be used by a DUA' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4177 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.3 NAME 'searchTimeLimit' DESC 'Maximum time in seconds a DUA should allow for a search to complete' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 SINGLE-VALUE )
4178 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.4 NAME 'bindTimeLimit' DESC 'Maximum time in seconds a DUA should allow for the bind operation to complete' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 SINGLE-VALUE )
4179 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.5 NAME 'followReferrals' DESC 'Tells DUA if it should follow referrals returned by a DSA search result' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4180 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.6 NAME 'authenticationMethod' DESC 'A keystring which identifies the type of authentication method used to contact the DSA' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4181 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.7 NAME 'profileTTL' DESC 'Time to live before a client DUA should re-read this configuration profile' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 SINGLE-VALUE )
4182 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.14 NAME 'serviceSearchDescriptor' DESC 'LDAP search descriptor list used by Naming-DUA' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 )
4183 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.9 NAME 'attributeMap' DESC 'Attribute mappings used by a Naming-DUA' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4184 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.10 NAME 'credentialLevel' DESC 'Identifies type of credentials a DUA should use when binding to the LDAP server' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4185 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.11 NAME 'objectclassMap' DESC 'Objectclass mappings used by a Naming-DUA' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4186 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.12 NAME 'defaultSearchScope' DESC 'Default search scope used by a DUA' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4187 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.13 NAME 'serviceCredentialLevel' DESC 'Search scope used by a service of the DUA' EQUALITY caseIgnoreIA5Match SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 )
4188 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.1.15 NAME 'serviceAuthenticationMethod' DESC 'Authentication Method used by a service of the DUA' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4189 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1140 NAME 'printer-uri' DESC 'A URI supported by this printer.  This URI SHOULD be used as a relative distinguished name (RDN).  If printer-xri-supported is implemented, then this URI value MUST be listed in a member value of printer-xri-supported.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4190 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1107 NAME 'printer-xri-supported' DESC 'The unordered list of XRI (extended resource identifiers) supported by this printer.  Each member of the list consists of a URI (uniform resource identifier) followed by optional authentication and security metaparameters.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4191 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1135 NAME 'printer-name' DESC 'The site-specific administrative name of this printer, more end-user friendly than a URI.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127}  SINGLE-VALUE )
4192 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1119 NAME 'printer-natural-language-configured' DESC 'The configured language in which error and status messages will be generated (by default) by this printer.  Also, a possible language for printer string attributes set by operator, system administrator, or manufacturer.  Also, the (declared) language of the "printer-name", "printer-location", "printer-info", and "printer-make-and-model" attributes of this printer. For example: "en-us" (US English) or "fr-fr" (French in France) Legal values of language tags conform to [RFC3066] "Tags for the Identification of Languages".' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127}  SINGLE-VALUE )
4193 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1136 NAME 'printer-location' DESC 'Identifies the location of the printer. This could include things like: "in Room 123A", "second floor of building XYZ".' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127} SINGLE-VALUE )
4194 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1139 NAME 'printer-info' DESC 'Identifies the descriptive information about this printer.  This could include things like: "This printer can be used for printing color transparencies for HR presentations", or "Out of courtesy for others, please print only small (1-5 page) jobs at this printer", or even "This printer is going away on July 1, 1997, please find a new printer".' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127} SINGLE-VALUE )
4195 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1134 NAME 'printer-more-info' DESC 'A URI used to obtain more information about this specific printer.  For example, this could be an HTTP type URI referencing an HTML page accessible to a Web Browser.  The information obtained from this URI is intended for end user consumption.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4196 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1138 NAME 'printer-make-and-model' DESC 'Identifies the make and model of the device.  The device manufacturer MAY initially populate this attribute.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127}  SINGLE-VALUE )
4197 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1133 NAME 'printer-ipp-versions-supported' DESC 'Identifies the IPP protocol version(s) that this printer supports, including major and minor versions, i.e., the version numbers for which this Printer implementation meets the conformance requirements.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127} )
4198 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1132 NAME 'printer-multiple-document-jobs-supported' DESC 'Indicates whether or not the printer supports more than one document per job, i.e., more than one Send-Document or Send-Data operation with document data.' EQUALITY booleanMatch SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.7 SINGLE-VALUE )
4199 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1109 NAME 'printer-charset-configured' DESC 'The configured charset in which error and status messages will be generated (by default) by this printer.  Also, a possible charset for printer string attributes set by operator, system administrator, or manufacturer.  For example: "utf-8" (ISO 10646/Unicode) or "iso-8859-1" (Latin1).  Legal values are defined by the IANA Registry of Coded Character Sets and the "(preferred MIME name)" SHALL be used as the tag.  For coherence with IPP Model, charset tags in this attribute SHALL be lowercase normalized.  This attribute SHOULD be static (time of registration) and SHOULD NOT be dynamically refreshed attributetypes: (subsequently).' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{63} SINGLE-VALUE )
4200 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1131 NAME 'printer-charset-supported' DESC 'Identifies the set of charsets supported for attribute type values of type Directory String for this directory entry.  For example: "utf-8" (ISO 10646/Unicode) or "iso-8859-1" (Latin1).  Legal values are defined by the IANA Registry of Coded Character Sets and the preferred MIME name.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{63} )
4201 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1137 NAME 'printer-generated-natural-language-supported' DESC 'Identifies the natural language(s) supported for this directory entry.  For example: "en-us" (US English) or "fr-fr" (French in France).  Legal values conform to [RFC3066], Tags for the Identification of Languages.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{63} )
4202 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1130 NAME 'printer-document-format-supported' DESC 'The possible document formats in which data may be interpreted and printed by this printer.  Legal values are MIME types come from the IANA Registry of Internet Media Types.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127} )
4203 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1129 NAME 'printer-color-supported' DESC 'Indicates whether this printer is capable of any type of color printing at all, including highlight color.' EQUALITY booleanMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.7 SINGLE-VALUE )
4204 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1128 NAME 'printer-compression-supported' DESC 'Compression algorithms supported by this printer.  For example: "deflate, gzip".  Legal values include; "none", "deflate" attributetypes: (public domain ZIP), "gzip" (GNU ZIP), "compress" (UNIX).' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{255} )
4205 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1127 NAME 'printer-pages-per-minute' DESC 'The nominal number of pages per minute which may be output by this printer (e.g., a simplex or black-and-white printer).  This attribute is informative, NOT a service guarantee.  Typically, it is the value used in marketing literature to describe this printer.' EQUALITY integerMatch ORDERING integerOrderingMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 SINGLE-VALUE )
4206 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1126 NAME 'printer-pages-per-minute-color' DESC 'The nominal number of color pages per minute which may be output by this printer (e.g., a simplex or color printer).  This attribute is informative, NOT a service guarantee.  Typically, it is the value used in marketing literature to describe this printer.' EQUALITY integerMatch ORDERING integerOrderingMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 SINGLE-VALUE )
4207 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1125 NAME 'printer-finishings-supported' DESC 'The possible finishing operations supported by this printer. Legal values include; "none", "staple", "punch", "cover", "bind", "saddle-stitch", "edge-stitch", "staple-top-left", "staple-bottom-left", "staple-top-right", "staple-bottom-right", "edge-stitch-left", "edge-stitch-top", "edge-stitch-right", "edge-stitch-bottom", "staple-dual-left", "staple-dual-top", "staple-dual-right", "staple-dual-bottom".' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{255} )
4208 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1124 NAME 'printer-number-up-supported' DESC 'The possible numbers of print-stream pages to impose upon a single side of an instance of a selected medium. Legal values include; 1, 2, and 4.  Implementations may support other values.' EQUALITY integerMatch ORDERING integerOrderingMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 )
4209 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1123 NAME 'printer-sides-supported' DESC 'The number of impression sides (one or two) and the two-sided impression rotations supported by this printer.  Legal values include; "one-sided", "two-sided-long-edge", "two-sided-short-edge".' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127} )
4210 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1122 NAME 'printer-media-supported' DESC 'The standard names/types/sizes (and optional color suffixes) of the media supported by this printer.  For example: "iso-a4",  "envelope", or "na-letter-white".  Legal values  conform to ISO 10175, Document Printing Application (DPA), and any IANA registered extensions.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{255} )
4211 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1117 NAME 'printer-media-local-supported' DESC 'Site-specific names of media supported by this printer, in the language in "printer-natural-language-configured".  For example: "purchasing-form" (site-specific name) as opposed to (in "printer-media-supported"): "na-letter" (standard keyword from ISO 10175).' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{255} )
4212 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1121 NAME 'printer-resolution-supported' DESC 'List of resolutions supported for printing documents by this printer.  Each resolution value is a string with 3 fields:  1) Cross feed direction resolution (positive integer), 2) Feed direction resolution (positive integer), 3) Resolution unit.  Legal values are "dpi" (dots per inch) and "dpcm" (dots per centimeter).  Each resolution field is delimited by ">".  For example:  "300> 300> dpi>".' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{255} )
4213 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1120 NAME 'printer-print-quality-supported' DESC 'List of print qualities supported for printing documents on this printer.  For example: "draft, normal".  Legal values include; "unknown", "draft", "normal", "high".' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127} )
4214 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1110 NAME 'printer-job-priority-supported' DESC 'Indicates the number of job priority levels supported.  An IPP conformant printer which supports job priority must always support a full range of priorities from "1" to "100" (to ensure consistent behavior), therefore this attribute describes the "granularity".  Legal values of this attribute are from "1" to "100".' EQUALITY integerMatch ORDERING integerOrderingMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 SINGLE-VALUE )
4215 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1118 NAME 'printer-copies-supported' DESC 'The maximum number of copies of a document that may be printed as a single job.  A value of "0" indicates no maximum limit.  A value of "-1" indicates unknown.' EQUALITY integerMatch ORDERING integerOrderingMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 SINGLE-VALUE )
4216 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1111 NAME 'printer-job-k-octets-supported' DESC 'The maximum size in kilobytes (1,024 octets actually) incoming print job that this printer will accept.  A value of "0" indicates no maximum limit.  A value of "-1" indicates unknown.' EQUALITY integerMatch ORDERING integerOrderingMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 SINGLE-VALUE )
4217 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1112 NAME 'printer-current-operator' DESC 'The name of the current human operator responsible for operating this printer.  It is suggested that this string include information that would enable other humans to reach the operator, such as a phone number.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127} SINGLE-VALUE )
4218 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1113 NAME 'printer-service-person' DESC 'The name of the current human service person responsible for servicing this printer.  It is suggested that this string include information that would enable other humans to reach the service person, such as a phone number.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127}  SINGLE-VALUE )
4219 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1114 NAME 'printer-delivery-orientation-supported' DESC 'The possible delivery orientations of pages as they are printed and ejected from this printer.  Legal values include; "unknown", "face-up", and "face-down".' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127} )
4220 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1115 NAME 'printer-stacking-order-supported' DESC 'The possible stacking order of pages as they are printed and ejected from this printer. Legal values include; "unknown", "first-to-last", "last-to-first".' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127} )
4221 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1116 NAME 'printer-output-features-supported' DESC 'The possible output features supported by this printer. Legal values include; "unknown", "bursting", "decollating", "page-collating", "offset-stacking".' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127} )
4222 attributetypes: ( 1.3.18.0.2.4.1108 NAME 'printer-aliases' DESC 'Site-specific administrative names of this printer in addition the printer name specified for printer-name.' EQUALITY caseIgnoreMatch ORDERING caseIgnoreOrderingMatch SUBSTR caseIgnoreSubstringsMatch SYNTAX  1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15{127} )
4223 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.63 NAME 'sun-printer-bsdaddr' DESC 'Sets the server, print queue destination name and whether the client generates protocol extensions. "Solaris" specifies a Solaris print server extension. The value is represented by the following value: server "," destination ", Solaris".' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 SINGLE-VALUE )
4224 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.64 NAME 'sun-printer-kvp' DESC 'This attribute contains a set of key value pairs which may have meaning to the print subsystem or may be user defined. Each value is represented by the following: key "=" value.' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.15 )
4225 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.57 NAME 'nisplusTimeZone' DESC 'tzone column from NIS+ timezone table' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 SINGLE-VALUE )
4226 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.67 NAME 'ipTnetTemplateName' DESC 'Trusted Solaris network template template_name' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 SINGLE-VALUE )
4227 attributetypes: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.1.68 NAME 'ipTnetNumber' DESC 'Trusted Solaris network template ip_address' SYNTAX 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.26 SINGLE-VALUE )
4228 EOF
4229 ) > ${TMPDIR}/schema_attr
4230 
4231     keep_backward_compatibility
4232 
4233     # Add the entry.
4234     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/schema_attr ${VERB}"
4235     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4236         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: update of schema attributes failed!"
4237         cleanup
4238         exit 1
4239     fi
4240 
4241     # Display message that schema is updated.
4242     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Schema attributes have been updated."
4243     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4244 }
4245 
4246 
4247 #
4248 # update_schema_obj(): Update the schema objectclass definitions.
4249 #
4250 update_schema_obj()
4251 {
4252     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In update_schema_obj()"
4253 
4254     # Add the objectclass definitions.
4255     ( cat <<EOF
4256 dn: cn=schema
4257 changetype: modify
4258 add: objectclasses
4259 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.1.1.2.14 NAME 'NisKeyObject' SUP top MUST ( cn $ nisPublickey $ nisSecretkey ) MAY ( uidNumber $ description ) )
4260 
4261 dn: cn=schema
4262 changetype: modify
4263 add: objectclasses
4264 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.1.1.2.15 NAME 'nisDomainObject' SUP top MUST nisDomain )
4265 
4266 dn: cn=schema
4267 changetype: modify
4268 add: objectclasses
4269 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.1.1.2.16 NAME 'automountMap' SUP top MUST automountMapName MAY description )
4270 
4271 dn: cn=schema
4272 changetype: modify
4273 add: objectclasses
4274 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.1.1.2.17 NAME 'automount' SUP top MUST ( automountKey $ automountInformation ) MAY description )
4275 
4276 dn: cn=schema
4277 changetype: modify
4278 add: objectclasses
4279 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.2.7 NAME 'SolarisNamingProfile' SUP top MUST ( cn $ SolarisLDAPservers $ SolarisSearchBaseDN ) MAY ( SolarisBindDN $ SolarisBindPassword $ SolarisAuthMethod $ SolarisTransportSecurity $ SolarisCertificatePath $ SolarisCertificatePassword $ SolarisDataSearchDN $ SolarisSearchScope $ SolarisSearchTimeLimit $ SolarisPreferredServer $ SolarisPreferredServerOnly $ SolarisCacheTTL $ SolarisSearchReferral ) )
4280 
4281 dn: cn=schema
4282 changetype: modify
4283 add: objectclasses
4284 objectclasses: ( 2.16.840.1.113730.3.2.4 NAME 'mailGroup' SUP top MUST mail MAY ( cn $ mgrpRFC822MailMember ) )
4285 
4286 dn: cn=schema
4287 changetype: modify
4288 add: objectclasses
4289 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.1.2.5 NAME 'nisMailAlias' SUP top MUST cn MAY rfc822mailMember )
4290 
4291 dn: cn=schema
4292 changetype: modify
4293 add: objectclasses
4294 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.1.2.6 NAME 'nisNetId' SUP top MUST cn MAY ( nisNetIdUser $ nisNetIdGroup $ nisNetIdHost ) )
4295 
4296 dn: cn=schema
4297 changetype: modify
4298 add: objectclasses
4299 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.2.2 NAME 'SolarisAuditUser' SUP top AUXILIARY MAY ( SolarisAuditAlways $ SolarisAuditNever ) )
4300 
4301 dn: cn=schema
4302 changetype: modify
4303 add: objectclasses
4304 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.2.3 NAME 'SolarisUserAttr' SUP top AUXILIARY MAY ( SolarisUserQualifier $ SolarisAttrReserved1 $ SolarisAttrReserved2 $ SolarisAttrKeyValue ) )
4305 
4306 dn: cn=schema
4307 changetype: modify
4308 add: objectclasses
4309 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.2.4 NAME 'SolarisAuthAttr' SUP top MUST cn MAY ( SolarisAttrReserved1 $ SolarisAttrReserved2 $ SolarisAttrShortDesc $ SolarisAttrLongDesc $ SolarisAttrKeyValue ) )
4310 
4311 dn: cn=schema
4312 changetype: modify
4313 add: objectclasses
4314 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.2.5 NAME 'SolarisProfAttr' SUP top MUST cn MAY ( SolarisAttrReserved1 $ SolarisAttrReserved2 $ SolarisAttrLongDesc $ SolarisAttrKeyValue ) )
4315 
4316 dn: cn=schema
4317 changetype: modify
4318 add: objectclasses
4319 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.2.6 NAME 'SolarisExecAttr' SUP top AUXILIARY MAY ( SolarisKernelSecurityPolicy $ SolarisProfileType $ SolarisAttrReserved1 $ SolarisAttrReserved2 $ SolarisProfileID $ SolarisAttrKeyValue ) )
4320 
4321 dn: cn=schema
4322 changetype: modify
4323 add: objectclasses
4324 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.2.1 NAME 'SolarisProject' SUP top MUST ( SolarisProjectID $ SolarisProjectName ) MAY ( memberUid $ memberGid $ description $ SolarisProjectAttr ) )
4325 
4326 dn: cn=schema
4327 changetype: modify
4328 add: objectclasses
4329 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.1.3.1.2.4 NAME 'DUAConfigProfile' SUP top DESC 'Abstraction of a base configuration for a DUA' MUST cn MAY ( defaultServerList $ preferredServerList $ defaultSearchBase $ defaultSearchScope $ searchTimeLimit $ bindTimeLimit $ credentialLevel $ authenticationMethod $ followReferrals $ serviceSearchDescriptor $ serviceCredentialLevel $ serviceAuthenticationMethod $ objectclassMap $ attributeMap $ profileTTL ) )
4330 
4331 dn: cn=schema
4332 changetype: modify
4333 add: objectclasses
4334 objectclasses: ( 1.3.18.0.2.6.2549 NAME 'slpService' DESC 'DUMMY definition' SUP top MUST objectclass )
4335 
4336 dn: cn=schema
4337 changetype: modify
4338 add: objectclasses
4339 objectclasses: ( 1.3.18.0.2.6.254 NAME 'slpServicePrinter' DESC 'Service Location Protocol (SLP) information.' SUP slpService AUXILIARY )
4340 
4341 dn: cn=schema
4342 changetype: modify
4343 add: objectclasses
4344 objectclasses: ( 1.3.18.0.2.6.258 NAME 'printerAbstract' DESC 'Printer related information.' SUP top ABSTRACT MAY ( printer-name $ printer-natural-language-configured $ printer-location $ printer-info $ printer-more-info $ printer-make-and-model $ printer-multiple-document-jobs-supported $ printer-charset-configured $ printer-charset-supported $ printer-generated-natural-language-supported $ printer-document-format-supported $ printer-color-supported $ printer-compression-supported $ printer-pages-per-minute $ printer-pages-per-minute-color $ printer-finishings-supported $ printer-number-up-supported $ printer-sides-supported $ printer-media-supported $ printer-media-local-supported $ printer-resolution-supported $ printer-print-quality-supported $ printer-job-priority-supported $ printer-copies-supported $ printer-job-k-octets-supported $ printer-current-operator $ printer-service-person $ printer-delivery-orientation-supported $ printer-stacking-order-supported $ printer-output-features-supported ) )
4345 
4346 dn: cn=schema
4347 changetype: modify
4348 add: objectclasses
4349 objectclasses: ( 1.3.18.0.2.6.255 NAME 'printerService' DESC 'Printer information.' SUP printerAbstract STRUCTURAL MAY ( printer-uri $ printer-xri-supported ) )
4350 
4351 dn: cn=schema
4352 changetype: modify
4353 add: objectclasses
4354 objectclasses: ( 1.3.18.0.2.6.257 NAME 'printerServiceAuxClass' DESC 'Printer information.' SUP printerAbstract AUXILIARY MAY ( printer-uri $ printer-xri-supported ) )
4355 
4356 dn: cn=schema
4357 changetype: modify
4358 add: objectclasses
4359 objectclasses: ( 1.3.18.0.2.6.256 NAME 'printerIPP' DESC 'Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) information.' SUP top AUXILIARY MAY ( printer-ipp-versions-supported $ printer-multiple-document-jobs-supported ) )
4360 
4361 dn: cn=schema
4362 changetype: modify
4363 add: objectclasses
4364 objectclasses: ( 1.3.18.0.2.6.253 NAME 'printerLPR' DESC 'LPR information.' SUP top AUXILIARY MUST printer-name MAY printer-aliases )
4365 
4366 dn: cn=schema
4367 changetype: modify
4368 add: objectclasses
4369 objectclasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.2.14 NAME 'sunPrinter' DESC 'Sun printer information' SUP top AUXILIARY MUST printer-name MAY ( sun-printer-bsdaddr $ sun-printer-kvp ) )
4370 
4371 dn: cn=schema
4372 changetype: modify
4373 add: objectclasses
4374 objectclasses:  ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.2.12 NAME 'nisplusTimeZoneData' DESC 'NIS+ timezone table data' SUP top STRUCTURAL MUST cn MAY ( nisplusTimeZone $ description ) )
4375 
4376 dn: cn=schema
4377 changetype: modify
4378 add: objectclasses
4379 objectclasses:  ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.2.8 NAME 'ipTnetTemplate' DESC 'Object class for TSOL network templates' SUP top MUST ipTnetTemplateName MAY SolarisAttrKeyValue )
4380 
4381 dn: cn=schema
4382 changetype: modify
4383 add: objectclasses
4384 objectclasses:  ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.42.2.27.5.2.9 NAME 'ipTnetHost' DESC 'Associates an IP address or wildcard with a TSOL template_name' SUP top AUXILIARY MUST ipTnetNumber )
4385 EOF
4386 ) > ${TMPDIR}/schema_obj
4387 
4388     # Add the entry.
4389     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/schema_obj ${VERB}"
4390     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4391         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: update of schema objectclass definitions failed!"
4392         cleanup
4393         exit 1
4394     fi
4395 
4396     # Display message that schema is updated.
4397     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Schema objectclass definitions have been added."
4398     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4399 }
4400 
4401 #
4402 # modify_top_aci(): Modify the ACI for the top entry to disable self modify
4403 #                   of user attributes.
4404 #
4405 modify_top_aci()
4406 {
4407     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In modify_top_aci()"
4408 
4409     # Set ACI Name
4410     ACI_NAME="LDAP_Naming_Services_deny_write_access"
4411 
4412     # Search for ACI_NAME
4413     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base objectclass=* aci > ${TMPDIR}/chk_top_aci 2>&1"
4414     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4415         ${ECHO} "Error searching aci for ${LDAP_BASEDN}"
4416         cat ${TMPDIR}/chk_top_aci
4417         cleanup
4418         exit 1
4419     fi
4420     ${GREP} "${ACI_NAME}" ${TMPDIR}/chk_top_aci > /dev/null 2>&1
4421     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
4422         ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Top level ACI ${ACI_NAME} already exists for ${LDAP_BASEDN}."
4423         STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4424         return 0
4425     fi
4426 
4427     # Crate LDIF for top level ACI.
4428     ( cat <<EOF
4429 dn: ${LDAP_BASEDN}
4430 changetype: modify
4431 add: aci
4432 aci: (targetattr = "cn||uid||uidNumber||gidNumber||homeDirectory||shadowLastChange||shadowMin||shadowMax||shadowWarning||shadowInactive||shadowExpire||shadowFlag||memberUid||SolarisAttrKeyValue||SolarisAttrReserved1||SolarisAttrReserved2||SolarisUserQualifier")(version 3.0; acl ${ACI_NAME}; deny (write) userdn = "ldap:///self";)
4433 -
4434 EOF
4435 ) > ${TMPDIR}/top_aci
4436 
4437     # Add the entry.
4438     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/top_aci ${VERB}"
4439     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4440         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Modify of top level ACI failed! (restricts self modify)"
4441         cleanup
4442         exit 1
4443     fi
4444 
4445     # Display message that ACI is updated.
4446     MSG="ACI for ${LDAP_BASEDN} modified to disable self modify."
4447     if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ];then
4448         ${ECHO} "  ACI SET: $MSG"
4449     else
4450         ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG"
4451         STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4452     fi
4453 }
4454 
4455 #
4456 # find_and_delete_ACI(): Find an ACI in file $2 with a matching pattern $1.
4457 # Delete the ACI and print a message using $3 as the ACI name. $3 is needed
4458 # because it could have a different value than that of $1.
4459 find_and_delete_ACI()
4460 {
4461     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In find_and_delete_ACI"
4462 
4463     # if an ACI with pattern $1 exists in file $2, delete it from ${LDAP_BASEDN}
4464     ${EGREP} $1 $2 | ${SED} -e 's/aci=//' > ${TMPDIR}/grep_find_delete_aci 2>&1
4465     if [ -s ${TMPDIR}/grep_find_delete_aci ]; then
4466         aci_to_delete=`${CAT} ${TMPDIR}/grep_find_delete_aci`
4467 
4468         # Create the tmp file to delete the ACI.
4469         ( cat <<EOF
4470 dn: ${LDAP_BASEDN}
4471 changetype: modify
4472 delete: aci
4473 aci: ${aci_to_delete}
4474 EOF
4475         ) > ${TMPDIR}/find_delete_aci
4476 
4477         # Delete the ACI
4478         ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/find_delete_aci ${VERB}"
4479         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4480             ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Remove of $3 ACI failed!"
4481             cleanup
4482             exit 1
4483         fi
4484 
4485         ${RM} -f ${TMPDIR}/find_delete_aci
4486         # Display message that an ACL is deleted.
4487         MSG="ACI $3 deleted."
4488         if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ]; then
4489             ${ECHO} "  ACI DELETED: $MSG"
4490         else
4491             ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG"
4492             STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4493         fi
4494     fi
4495 }
4496 
4497 #
4498 # Add an ACI to deny non-admin access to shadow data when
4499 # shadow update is enabled.
4500 #
4501 deny_non_admin_shadow_access()
4502 {
4503     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In deny_non_admin_shadow_access()"
4504 
4505     # Set ACI Names
4506     ACI_TO_ADD="LDAP_Naming_Services_deny_non_admin_shadow_access"
4507     ACI_TO_DEL="LDAP_Naming_Services_deny_non_host_shadow_access"
4508 
4509     # Search for ACI_TO_ADD
4510     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base objectclass=* aci > ${TMPDIR}/chk_aci_non_admin 2>&1"
4511     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4512         ${ECHO} "Error searching aci for ${LDAP_BASEDN}"
4513         cleanup
4514         exit 1
4515     fi
4516 
4517     # If an ACI with ${ACI_TO_ADD} already exists, we are done.
4518     ${EGREP} ${ACI_TO_ADD} ${TMPDIR}/chk_aci_non_admin 2>&1 > /dev/null
4519     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
4520         MSG="ACI ${ACI_TO_ADD} already set for ${LDAP_BASEDN}."
4521         if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ]; then
4522             ${ECHO} "  NOT SET: $MSG"
4523         else
4524             ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG"
4525             STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`       
4526         fi
4527         return 0
4528     fi
4529 
4530     # The deny_non_admin_shadow_access and deny_non_host_shadow_access ACIs
4531     # should be mutually exclusive, so if the latter exists, delete it.
4532     find_and_delete_ACI ${ACI_TO_DEL} ${TMPDIR}/chk_aci_non_admin ${ACI_TO_DEL}
4533 
4534     # Create the tmp file to add.
4535     ( cat <<EOF
4536 dn: ${LDAP_BASEDN}
4537 changetype: modify
4538 add: aci
4539 aci: (target="ldap:///${LDAP_BASEDN}")(targetattr = "shadowLastChange||
4540  shadowMin|| shadowMax||shadowWarning||shadowInactive||shadowExpire||
4541  shadowFlag||userPassword") (version 3.0; acl ${ACI_TO_ADD};
4542  deny (write,read,search,compare) userdn != "ldap:///${LDAP_ADMINDN}";)
4543 EOF
4544 ) > ${TMPDIR}/non_admin_aci_write
4545     
4546     # Add the entry.
4547     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/non_admin_aci_write ${VERB}"
4548     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4549         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Adding ACI ${ACI_TO_ADD} failed!"
4550         ${CAT} ${TMPDIR}/non_admin_aci_write
4551         cleanup
4552         exit 1
4553     fi
4554 
4555     ${RM} -f ${TMPDIR}/non_admin_aci_write
4556     # Display message that the non-admin access to shadow data is denied.
4557     MSG="Non-Admin access to shadow data denied."
4558     if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ]; then
4559         ${ECHO} "  ACI SET: $MSG"
4560     else
4561         ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG"
4562         STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4563     fi
4564 }
4565 
4566 #
4567 # Add an ACI to deny non-host access to shadow data when
4568 # shadow update is enabled and auth Method if gssapi.
4569 #
4570 deny_non_host_shadow_access()
4571 {
4572     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In deny_non_host_shadow_access()"
4573 
4574     # Set ACI Names
4575     ACI_TO_ADD="LDAP_Naming_Services_deny_non_host_shadow_access"
4576     ACI_TO_DEL="LDAP_Naming_Services_deny_non_admin_shadow_access"
4577 
4578     # Search for ACI_TO_ADD
4579     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base objectclass=* aci > ${TMPDIR}/chk_aci_non_host 2>&1"
4580     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4581         ${ECHO} "Error searching aci for ${LDAP_BASEDN}"
4582         cleanup
4583         exit 1
4584     fi
4585 
4586     # If an ACI with ${ACI_TO_ADD} already exists, we are done.
4587     ${EGREP} ${ACI_TO_ADD} ${TMPDIR}/chk_aci_non_host 2>&1 > /dev/null
4588     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
4589         MSG="ACI ${ACI_TO_ADD} already set for ${LDAP_BASEDN}."
4590         if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ]; then
4591             ${ECHO} "  NOT SET: $MSG"
4592         else
4593             ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG"
4594             STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`       
4595         fi
4596         return 0
4597     fi
4598 
4599     # The deny_non_admin_shadow_access and deny_non_host_shadow_access ACIs
4600     # should be mutually exclusive, so if the former exists, delete it.
4601     find_and_delete_ACI ${ACI_TO_DEL} ${TMPDIR}/chk_aci_non_host ${ACI_TO_DEL}
4602 
4603     # Create the tmp file to add.
4604     ( cat <<EOF
4605 dn: ${LDAP_BASEDN}
4606 changetype: modify
4607 add: aci
4608 aci: (target="ldap:///${LDAP_BASEDN}")(targetattr = "shadowLastChange||
4609  shadowMin|| shadowMax||shadowWarning||shadowInactive||shadowExpire||
4610  shadowFlag||userPassword") (version 3.0; acl ${ACI_TO_ADD};
4611   deny (write,read,search,compare)
4612   userdn != "ldap:///cn=*+ipHostNumber=*,ou=Hosts,${LDAP_BASEDN}";)
4613 EOF
4614 ) > ${TMPDIR}/non_host_aci_write
4615     
4616     # Add the entry.
4617     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/non_host_aci_write ${VERB}"
4618     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4619         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Adding ACI ${ACI_TO_ADD} failed!"
4620         ${CAT} ${TMPDIR}/non_host_aci_write
4621         cleanup
4622         exit 1
4623     fi
4624 
4625     ${RM} -f ${TMPDIR}/non_host_aci_write
4626     # Display message that the non-host access to shadow data is denied.
4627     MSG="Non-host access to shadow data is denied."
4628     if [ $EXISTING_PROFILE -eq 1 ]; then
4629         ${ECHO} "  ACI SET: $MSG"
4630     else
4631         ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. $MSG"
4632         STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4633     fi
4634 }
4635 
4636 #
4637 # add_vlv_aci(): Add access control information (aci) for VLV.
4638 #
4639 add_vlv_aci()
4640 {
4641     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_vlv_aci()"
4642 
4643     # Add the VLV ACI.
4644     ( cat <<EOF
4645 dn: oid=2.16.840.1.113730.3.4.9,cn=features,cn=config
4646 changetype: modify
4647 replace: aci
4648 aci: (targetattr != "aci") (version 3.0; acl "VLV Request Control"; allow(read,search,compare) userdn = "ldap:///anyone";)
4649 EOF
4650 ) > ${TMPDIR}/vlv_aci
4651 
4652     # Add the entry.
4653     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/vlv_aci ${VERB}"
4654     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4655         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Add of VLV ACI failed!"
4656         cleanup
4657         exit 1
4658     fi
4659 
4660     # Display message that schema is updated.
4661     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Add of VLV Access Control Information (ACI)."
4662     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4663 }
4664 
4665 
4666 #
4667 # set_nisdomain(): Add the NisDomainObject to the Base DN.
4668 #
4669 set_nisdomain()
4670 {
4671     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In set_nisdomain()"
4672 
4673     # Check if nisDomain is already set.
4674     ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base \
4675         \"objectclass=*\"" > ${TMPDIR}/chk_nisdomain 2>&1
4676     ${EVAL} "${GREP} -i nisDomain ${TMPDIR}/chk_nisdomain ${VERB}"
4677     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
4678         ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. NisDomainObject for ${LDAP_BASEDN} was already set."
4679         STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4680         return 0
4681     fi
4682 
4683     # Add the new top level containers.
4684     ( cat <<EOF
4685 dn: ${LDAP_BASEDN}
4686 changetype: modify
4687 objectclass: nisDomainObject
4688 nisdomain: ${LDAP_DOMAIN}
4689 EOF
4690 ) > ${TMPDIR}/nis_domain
4691 
4692     # Add the entry.
4693     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/nis_domain ${VERB}"
4694     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4695         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: update of NisDomainObject in ${LDAP_BASEDN} failed."
4696         cleanup
4697         exit 1
4698     fi
4699 
4700     # Display message that schema is updated.
4701     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. NisDomainObject added to ${LDAP_BASEDN}."
4702     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4703 }
4704 
4705 
4706 #
4707 # check_attrName(): Check that the attribute name is valid.
4708 #              $1   Key to check.
4709 #         Returns   0 : valid name      1 : invalid name
4710 #
4711 check_attrName()
4712 {
4713     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In check_attrName()"
4714     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "check_attrName: Input Param = $1"
4715 
4716     ${ECHO} $1 | ${EGREP} '^[0-9]+(\.[0-9]+)*$' > /dev/null 2>&1
4717     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then       
4718         ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${SERVER_ARGS} -b cn=schema -s base \"objectclass=*\" \
4719                         attributeTypes | ${EGREP} -i '^attributetypes[ ]*=[ ]*\([ ]*$1 ' ${VERB}"
4720     else        
4721         ${EVAL} "${LDAPSEARCH} ${SERVER_ARGS} -b cn=schema -s base \"objectclass=*\" \
4722                         attributeTypes | ${EGREP} -i \"'$1'\" ${VERB}"
4723     fi
4724 
4725     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4726         return 1 
4727     else
4728         return 0        
4729     fi  
4730 }
4731 
4732 
4733 #
4734 # get_objectclass():   Determine the objectclass for the given attribute name 
4735 #              $1   Attribute name to check.
4736 #      _ATTR_NAME   Return value, Object Name or NULL if unknown to idsconfig.
4737 #
4738 #      NOTE: An attribute name can be valid but still we might not be able
4739 #            to determine the objectclass from the table.
4740 #            In such cases, the user needs to create the necessary object(s).
4741 #
4742 get_objectclass()
4743 {
4744     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In get_objectclass()"
4745     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "get_objectclass: Input Param = $1"
4746 
4747     # Set return value to NULL string.
4748     _ATTR_NAME=""
4749 
4750     # Test key for type:
4751     case `${ECHO} ${1} | tr '[A-Z]' '[a-z]'` in
4752         ou | organizationalunitname | 2.5.4.11) _ATTR_NAME="organizationalUnit" ;;
4753         dc | domaincomponent | 0.9.2342.19200300.100.1.25) _ATTR_NAME="domain" ;;
4754          o | organizationname | 2.5.4.10) _ATTR_NAME="organization" ;;
4755          c | countryname | 2.5.4.6) _ATTR_NAME="country" ;;
4756          *)  _ATTR_NAME="" ;;
4757     esac
4758 
4759     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "get_objectclass: _ATTR_NAME = $_ATTR_NAME"
4760 }
4761 
4762 
4763 #
4764 # add_base_objects(): Add any necessary base objects.
4765 #
4766 add_base_objects()
4767 {
4768     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_base_objects()"
4769 
4770     # Convert to lower case for basename.
4771     format_string "${LDAP_BASEDN}"
4772     LOWER_BASEDN="${FMT_STR}"
4773     format_string "${LDAP_SUFFIX}"
4774     LOWER_SUFFIX="${FMT_STR}"
4775 
4776     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "LOWER_BASEDN: ${LOWER_BASEDN}"
4777     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "LOWER_SUFFIX: ${LOWER_SUFFIX}"
4778 
4779     # Create additional components.
4780     if [ "${LOWER_BASEDN}" = "${LOWER_SUFFIX}" ]; then
4781         [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "Base DN and Suffix equivalent"
4782     else
4783         # first, test that the suffix is valid
4784         dcstmp=`basename "${LOWER_BASEDN}" "${LOWER_SUFFIX}"`
4785         if [ "$dcstmp" = "${LOWER_BASEDN}" ]; then
4786             # should not happen since check_basedn_suffix() succeeded
4787             ${ECHO} "Invalid suffix ${LOWER_SUFFIX}"
4788             ${ECHO} "for Base DN ${LOWER_BASEDN}"
4789             cleanup
4790             exit 1
4791         fi
4792         # OK, suffix is valid, start working with LDAP_BASEDN
4793         # field separator is ',' (i.e., space is a valid character)
4794         dcstmp2="`${ECHO} ${LDAP_BASEDN} |
4795                 sed -e 's/[ ]*,[ ]*/,/g' -e 's/[ ]*=[ ]*/=/g'`"
4796         dcs=""
4797         # use dcstmp to count the loop, and dcstmp2 to get the correct
4798         # string case
4799         # dcs should be in reverse order, only for these components
4800         # that need to be added
4801         while [ -n "${dcstmp}" ]
4802         do
4803             i2=`${ECHO} "$dcstmp2" | cut -f1 -d','`
4804             dk=`${ECHO} $i2 | awk -F= '{print $1}'`
4805             dc=`${ECHO} $i2 | awk -F= '{print $2}'`
4806             dcs="$dk=$dc,$dcs";
4807             dcstmp2=`${ECHO} "$dcstmp2" | cut -f2- -d','`
4808             dcstmp=`${ECHO} "$dcstmp" | cut -f2- -d','`
4809             [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && \
4810                 ${ECHO} "dcs: ${dcs}\ndcstmp: ${dcstmp}\ndcstmp2: ${dcstmp2}\n"
4811         done
4812 
4813 
4814 
4815         lastdc=${LDAP_SUFFIX}
4816         dc=`${ECHO} "${dcs}" | cut -f1 -d','`
4817         dcstmp=`${ECHO} "${dcs}" | cut -f2- -d','`
4818         while [ -n "${dc}" ]; do
4819             # Get Key and component from $dc.
4820             dk2=`${ECHO} $dc | awk -F= '{print $1}'`
4821             dc2=`${ECHO} $dc | awk -F= '{print $2}'`
4822 
4823             # At this point, ${dk2} is a valid attribute name
4824 
4825             # Check if entry exists first, if so, skip to next.
4826             ${LDAPSEARCH} ${SERVER_ARGS} -b "${dk2}=${dc2},$lastdc" -s base "objectclass=*" > /dev/null 2>&1
4827             if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
4828                 # Set the $lastdc to new dc.
4829                 lastdc="${dk2}=${dc2},$lastdc"
4830 
4831                 # Process next component.
4832                 dc=`${ECHO} "${dcstmp}" | cut -f1 -d','`
4833                 dcstmp=`${ECHO} "${dcstmp}" | cut -f2- -d','`
4834                 continue
4835 
4836             fi
4837 
4838             # Determine the objectclass for the entry.
4839             get_objectclass $dk2
4840             OBJ_Name=${_ATTR_NAME}
4841             if [ "${OBJ_Name}" = "" ]; then
4842                 ${ECHO} "Cannot determine objectclass for $dk2"
4843                 ${ECHO} "Please create ${dk2}=${dc2},$lastdc entry and rerun idsconfig"
4844                 exit 1 
4845             fi
4846 
4847             # Add the new container.
4848             ( cat <<EOF
4849 dn: ${dk2}=${dc2},$lastdc
4850 ${dk2}: $dc2
4851 objectClass: top
4852 objectClass: ${OBJ_Name}
4853 EOF
4854 ) > ${TMPDIR}/base_objects
4855 
4856 
4857             # Set the $lastdc to new dc.
4858             lastdc="${dk2}=${dc2},$lastdc"
4859 
4860             # Add the entry.
4861             ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} -a ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/base_objects ${VERB}"
4862             if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4863                 ${ECHO} "  ERROR: update of base objects ${dc} failed."
4864                 cleanup
4865                 exit 1
4866             fi
4867 
4868             # Display message that schema is updated.
4869             ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Created DN component ${dc}."
4870             STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4871 
4872             # Process next component.
4873             dc=`${ECHO} "${dcstmp}" | cut -f1 -d','`
4874             dcstmp=`${ECHO} "${dcstmp}" | cut -f2- -d','`
4875         done
4876     fi
4877 }
4878 
4879 
4880 #
4881 # add_new_containers(): Add the top level classes.
4882 #
4883 #    $1 = Base DN
4884 #
4885 add_new_containers()
4886 {
4887     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_new_containers()"
4888 
4889     for ou in people group rpc protocols networks netgroup \
4890         aliases hosts services ethers profile printers projects \
4891         SolarisAuthAttr SolarisProfAttr Timezone ipTnet ; do
4892 
4893         # Check if nismaps already exist.
4894         eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"ou=${ou},${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" ${VERB}"
4895         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
4896             continue
4897         fi
4898 
4899         # Create TMP file to add.
4900         ( cat <<EOF
4901 dn: ou=${ou},${LDAP_BASEDN}
4902 ou: ${ou}
4903 objectClass: top
4904 objectClass: organizationalUnit
4905 EOF
4906 ) > ${TMPDIR}/toplevel.${ou}
4907 
4908         # Add the entry.
4909         ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} -a ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/toplevel.${ou} ${VERB}"
4910         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4911             ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Add of ou=${ou} container failed!"
4912             cleanup
4913             exit 1
4914         fi
4915     done
4916 
4917     # Display message that top level OU containers complete.
4918     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Top level \"ou\" containers complete."
4919     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4920 }
4921 
4922 
4923 #
4924 # add_auto_maps(): Add the automount map entries.
4925 #
4926 # auto_home, auto_direct, auto_master, auto_shared
4927 #
4928 add_auto_maps()
4929 {
4930     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_auto_maps()"
4931 
4932     # Set AUTO_MAPS for maps to create.
4933     AUTO_MAPS="auto_home auto_direct auto_master auto_shared"
4934 
4935     for automap in $AUTO_MAPS; do
4936         # Check if automaps already exist.
4937         eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"automountMapName=${automap},${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" ${VERB}"
4938         if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
4939             continue
4940         fi
4941 
4942         # Create the tmp file to add.
4943         ( cat <<EOF
4944 dn: automountMapName=${automap},${LDAP_BASEDN}
4945 automountMapName: ${automap}
4946 objectClass: top
4947 objectClass: automountMap
4948 EOF
4949 ) > ${TMPDIR}/automap.${automap}
4950     
4951         # Add the entry.
4952         ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} -a ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/automap.${automap} ${VERB}"
4953         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4954             ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Add of automap ${automap} failed!"
4955             cleanup
4956             exit 1
4957         fi
4958     done
4959 
4960     # Display message that automount entries are updated.
4961     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. automount maps: $AUTO_MAPS processed."
4962     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
4963 }
4964 
4965 
4966 #
4967 # add_proxyagent(): Add entry for nameservice to use to access server.
4968 #
4969 add_proxyagent()
4970 {
4971     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_proxyagent()"
4972 
4973     # Check if proxy agent already exists.
4974     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${LDAP_PROXYAGENT}\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" ${VERB}"
4975     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
4976         ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Proxy Agent ${LDAP_PROXYAGENT} already exists."
4977         STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`   
4978         return 0
4979     fi
4980 
4981     # Get cn and sn names from LDAP_PROXYAGENT.
4982     cn_tmp=`${ECHO} ${LDAP_PROXYAGENT} | cut -f1 -d, | cut -f2 -d=`
4983 
4984     # Create the tmp file to add.
4985     ( cat <<EOF
4986 dn: ${LDAP_PROXYAGENT}
4987 cn: ${cn_tmp}
4988 sn: ${cn_tmp}
4989 objectclass: top
4990 objectclass: person
4991 userpassword: ${LDAP_PROXYAGENT_CRED}
4992 EOF
4993 ) > ${TMPDIR}/proxyagent
4994     
4995     # Add the entry.
4996     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} -a ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/proxyagent ${VERB}"
4997     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
4998         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Adding proxyagent failed!"
4999         cleanup
5000         exit 1
5001     fi
5002 
5003     # Display message that schema is updated.
5004     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Proxy Agent ${LDAP_PROXYAGENT} added."
5005     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
5006 }
5007 
5008 #
5009 # allow_proxy_read_pw(): Give Proxy Agent read permission for password.
5010 #
5011 allow_proxy_read_pw()
5012 {
5013     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In allow_proxy_read_pw()"
5014 
5015     # Search for ACI_NAME
5016     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base objectclass=* aci > ${TMPDIR}/chk_proxyread_aci 2>&1"
5017     ${GREP} "${PROXY_ACI_NAME}" ${TMPDIR}/chk_proxyread_aci > /dev/null 2>&1
5018     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
5019         ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Proxy ACI ${PROXY_ACI_NAME=} already exists for ${LDAP_BASEDN}."
5020         STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
5021         return 0
5022     fi
5023 
5024     # Create the tmp file to add.
5025     ( cat <<EOF
5026 dn: ${LDAP_BASEDN}
5027 changetype: modify
5028 add: aci
5029 aci: (target="ldap:///${LDAP_BASEDN}")(targetattr="userPassword")
5030   (version 3.0; acl ${PROXY_ACI_NAME}; allow (compare,read,search)
5031   userdn = "ldap:///${LDAP_PROXYAGENT}";)
5032 EOF
5033 ) > ${TMPDIR}/proxy_read
5034     
5035     # Add the entry.
5036     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/proxy_read ${VERB}"
5037     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
5038         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Allow ${LDAP_PROXYAGENT} to read password failed!"
5039         cleanup
5040         exit 1
5041     fi
5042 
5043     # Display message that schema is updated.
5044     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Give ${LDAP_PROXYAGENT} read permission for password."
5045     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
5046 }
5047 
5048 #  Delete Proxy Agent read permission for password.
5049 delete_proxy_read_pw()
5050 {
5051     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In delete_proxy_read_pw()"
5052 
5053     # Search for ACI_NAME
5054     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base objectclass=* aci > ${TMPDIR}/chk_proxyread_aci 2>&1"
5055     ${GREP} "${PROXY_ACI_NAME}" ${TMPDIR}/chk_proxyread_aci | \
5056         ${SED} -e 's/aci=//' > ${TMPDIR}/grep_proxyread_aci 2>&1
5057     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
5058         ${ECHO} "Proxy ACI ${PROXY_ACI_NAME} does not exist for ${LDAP_BASEDN}."
5059         return 0
5060     fi
5061 
5062     # We need to remove proxy agent's read access to user passwords,
5063     # but We do not know the value of the ${LDAP_PROXYAGENT} here, so
5064     # 1. if only one match found, delete it
5065     # 2. if more than one matches found, ask the user which one to delete
5066     HOWMANY=`${WC} -l ${TMPDIR}/grep_proxyread_aci | ${NAWK} '{print $1}'`
5067     if [ $HOWMANY -eq 0 ]; then
5068         ${ECHO} "Proxy ACI ${PROXY_ACI_NAME} does not exist for ${LDAP_BASEDN}."
5069         return 0
5070     fi
5071     if [ $HOWMANY -eq 1 ];then
5072         proxy_aci=`${CAT} ${TMPDIR}/grep_proxyread_aci`
5073     else
5074             ${CAT} << EOF
5075 
5076 Proxy agent is not allowed to read user passwords when shadow
5077 update is enabled. There are more than one proxy agents found.
5078 Please select the currently proxy agent being used, so that
5079 idsconfig can remove its read access to user passwords.
5080 
5081 The proxy agents are:
5082 
5083 EOF
5084             # generate the proxy agent list
5085             ${SED} -e "s/.*ldap:\/\/\/.*ldap:\/\/\///" \
5086             ${TMPDIR}/grep_proxyread_aci | ${SED} -e "s/\";)//" > \
5087                 ${TMPDIR}/proxy_agent_list
5088 
5089             # print the proxy agent list
5090             ${NAWK} '{print NR ": " $0}' ${TMPDIR}/proxy_agent_list
5091 
5092             # ask the user to pick one
5093             _MENU_PROMPT="Select the proxy agent (1-$HOWMANY): "
5094             get_menu_choice "${_MENU_PROMPT}" "0" "$HOWMANY"
5095             _CH=$MN_CH
5096             proxy_aci=`${SED} -n "$_CH p" ${TMPDIR}/grep_proxyread_aci`
5097     fi
5098 
5099     # Create the tmp file to delete the ACI.
5100     ( cat <<EOF
5101 dn: ${LDAP_BASEDN}
5102 changetype: modify
5103 delete: aci
5104 aci: ${proxy_aci}
5105 EOF
5106     ) > ${TMPDIR}/proxy_delete
5107 
5108     # Delete the ACI
5109     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/proxy_delete ${VERB}"
5110     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
5111         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Remove of ${PROXY_ACI_NAME} ACI failed!"
5112         cat ${TMPDIR}/proxy_delete
5113         cleanup
5114         exit 1
5115     fi
5116 
5117     # Display message that ACI is updated.
5118     MSG="Removed ${PROXY_ACI_NAME} ACI for proxyagent read permission for password."
5119     ${ECHO} " "
5120     ${ECHO} "  ACI REMOVED: $MSG"
5121     ${ECHO} "  The ACI removed is $proxy_aci"
5122     ${ECHO} " "
5123 }
5124 
5125 #
5126 # add_profile(): Add client profile to server.
5127 #
5128 add_profile()
5129 {
5130     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In add_profile()"
5131 
5132     # If profile name already exists, DELETE it, and add new one.
5133     eval "${LDAPSEARCH} ${LDAP_ARGS} -b \"cn=${LDAP_PROFILE_NAME},ou=profile,${LDAP_BASEDN}\" -s base \"objectclass=*\" ${VERB}"
5134     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
5135         # Create Delete file.
5136         ( cat <<EOF
5137 cn=${LDAP_PROFILE_NAME},ou=profile,${LDAP_BASEDN}
5138 EOF
5139 ) > ${TMPDIR}/del_profile
5140 
5141         # Check if DEL_OLD_PROFILE is set.  (If not ERROR)
5142         if [ $DEL_OLD_PROFILE -eq 0 ]; then
5143             ${ECHO} "ERROR: Profile name ${LDAP_PROFILE_NAME} exists! Add failed!"
5144             exit 1
5145         fi
5146 
5147         # Delete the OLD profile.
5148         ${EVAL} "${LDAPDELETE} ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/del_profile ${VERB}"
5149         if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
5150             ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Attempt to DELETE profile failed!"
5151             cleanup
5152             exit 1
5153         fi
5154     fi
5155 
5156     # Build the "ldapclient genprofile" command string to execute.
5157     GEN_CMD="ldapclient genprofile -a \"profileName=${LDAP_PROFILE_NAME}\""
5158 
5159     # Add required argument defaultSearchBase.
5160     GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"defaultSearchBase=${LDAP_BASEDN}\""
5161 
5162     # Add optional parameters.
5163     [ -n "$LDAP_SERVER_LIST" ] && \
5164         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"defaultServerList=${LDAP_SERVER_LIST}\""
5165     [ -n "$LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE" ] && \
5166         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"defaultSearchScope=${LDAP_SEARCH_SCOPE}\""
5167     [ -n "$LDAP_CRED_LEVEL" ] && \
5168         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"credentialLevel=${LDAP_CRED_LEVEL}\""
5169     [ -n "$LDAP_AUTHMETHOD" ] && \
5170         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"authenticationMethod=${LDAP_AUTHMETHOD}\""
5171     [ -n "$LDAP_FOLLOWREF" ] && \
5172         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"followReferrals=${LDAP_FOLLOWREF}\""
5173     [ -n "$LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT" ] && \
5174         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"searchTimeLimit=${LDAP_SEARCH_TIME_LIMIT}\""
5175     [ -n "$LDAP_PROFILE_TTL" ] && \
5176         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"profileTTL=${LDAP_PROFILE_TTL}\""
5177     [ -n "$LDAP_BIND_LIMIT" ] && \
5178         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"bindTimeLimit=${LDAP_BIND_LIMIT}\""
5179     [ -n "$LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST" ] && \
5180         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"preferredServerList=${LDAP_PREF_SRVLIST}\""
5181     [ -n "$LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM" ] && \
5182         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"serviceAuthenticationMethod=${LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_PAM}\""
5183     [ -n "$LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY" ] && \
5184         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"serviceAuthenticationMethod=${LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_KEY}\""
5185     [ -n "$LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD" ] && \
5186         GEN_CMD="${GEN_CMD} -a \"serviceAuthenticationMethod=${LDAP_SRV_AUTHMETHOD_CMD}\""
5187 
5188     # Check if there are any service search descriptors to ad.
5189     if [ -s "${SSD_FILE}" ]; then
5190         ssd_2_profile
5191     fi
5192 
5193     # Execute "ldapclient genprofile" to create profile.
5194     eval ${GEN_CMD} > ${TMPDIR}/gen_profile 2> ${TMPDIR}/gen_profile_ERR
5195     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
5196         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: ldapclient genprofile failed!"
5197         cleanup
5198         exit 1
5199     fi
5200 
5201     # Add the generated profile..
5202     ${EVAL} "${LDAPMODIFY} -a ${LDAP_ARGS} -f ${TMPDIR}/gen_profile ${VERB}"
5203     if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
5204         ${ECHO} "  ERROR: Attempt to add profile failed!"
5205         cleanup
5206         exit 1
5207     fi
5208 
5209     # Display message that schema is updated.
5210     ${ECHO} "  ${STEP}. Generated client profile and loaded on server."
5211     STEP=`expr $STEP + 1`
5212 }
5213 
5214 
5215 #
5216 # cleanup(): Remove the TMPDIR and all files in it.
5217 #
5218 cleanup()
5219 {
5220     [ $DEBUG -eq 1 ] && ${ECHO} "In cleanup()"
5221 
5222     rm -fr ${TMPDIR}
5223 }
5224 
5225 
5226 #
5227 #                       * * * MAIN * * *
5228 #
5229 # Description:
5230 # This script assumes that the iPlanet Directory Server (iDS) is 
5231 # installed and that setup has been run.  This script takes the 
5232 # iDS server from that point and sets up the infrastructure for
5233 # LDAP Naming Services.  After running this script, ldapaddent(1M)
5234 # or some other tools can be used to populate data.
5235 
5236 # Initialize the variables that need to be set to NULL, or some 
5237 # other initial value before the rest of the functions can be called.
5238 init
5239 
5240 # Parse command line arguments.  
5241 parse_arg $*
5242 shift $?
5243 
5244 # Print extra line to separate from prompt.
5245 ${ECHO} " "
5246 
5247 # Either Load the user specified config file 
5248 # or prompt user for config info.
5249 if [ -n "$INPUT_FILE" ]
5250 then 
5251     load_config_file
5252     INTERACTIVE=0      # Turns off prompts that occur later.
5253     validate_info      # Validate basic info in file.
5254     chk_ids_version    # Check iDS version for compatibility.
5255 else
5256     # Display BACKUP warning to user.
5257     display_msg backup_server
5258     get_confirm "Do you wish to continue with server setup (y/n/h)?" "n" "backup_help"
5259     if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then    # if No, cleanup and exit.
5260         cleanup ; exit 1
5261     fi
5262 
5263     # Prompt for values.
5264     prompt_config_info
5265     display_summary    # Allow user to modify results.
5266     INTERACTIVE=1      # Insures future prompting.
5267 fi
5268 
5269 # Modify slapd.oc.conf to ALLOW cn instead of REQUIRE.
5270 modify_cn
5271 
5272 # Modify timelimit to user value.
5273 [ $NEED_TIME -eq 1 ] && modify_timelimit
5274 
5275 # Modify sizelimit to user value.
5276 [ $NEED_SIZE -eq 1 ] && modify_sizelimit
5277 
5278 # Modify the password storage scheme to support CRYPT.
5279 if [ "$NEED_CRYPT" = "TRUE" ]; then
5280     modify_pwd_crypt
5281 fi
5282 
5283 # Update the schema (Attributes, Objectclass Definitions)
5284 if [ ${SCHEMA_UPDATED} -eq 0 ]; then
5285         update_schema_attr
5286         update_schema_obj
5287 fi
5288 
5289 # Add suffix together with its root entry (if needed)
5290 add_suffix ||
5291 {
5292         cleanup
5293         exit 1
5294 }
5295 
5296 # Add base objects (if needed)
5297 add_base_objects
5298 
5299 # Update the NisDomainObject.  
5300 #   The Base DN might of just been created, so this MUST happen after
5301 #   the base objects have been added!
5302 set_nisdomain
5303 
5304 # Add top level classes (new containers)
5305 add_new_containers
5306 
5307 # Add common nismaps.
5308 add_auto_maps
5309 
5310 # Modify top ACI.
5311 modify_top_aci
5312 
5313 # Add Access Control Information for VLV.
5314 add_vlv_aci
5315 
5316 # if Proxy needed, Add Proxy Agent and give read permission for password.
5317 if [ $NEED_PROXY -eq 1 ]; then
5318     add_proxyagent
5319     if [ "$LDAP_ENABLE_SHADOW_UPDATE" != "TRUE" ]; then
5320         allow_proxy_read_pw
5321     fi
5322 fi
5323 
5324 # If admin needed for shadow update, Add the administrator identity and
5325 # give read/write permission for shadow, and deny all others read/write
5326 # access to it.
5327 if [ $NEED_ADMIN -eq 1 ]; then
5328     add_admin
5329     allow_admin_read_write_shadow
5330     # deny non-admin access to shadow data
5331     deny_non_admin_shadow_access
5332 fi
5333 
5334 if [ $GSSAPI_ENABLE -eq 1 ]; then
5335     add_id_mapping_rules
5336     # do not modify ACI if "sasl/GSSAPI" and "self" are not selected
5337     if [ "$LDAP_CRED_LEVEL" = "self" -a "$LDAP_AUTHMETHOD" = "sasl/GSSAPI" ]; then
5338         modify_userpassword_acl_for_gssapi
5339     else
5340         ${ECHO} "  ACL for GSSAPI was not set because of incompatibility in profile."
5341     fi
5342 fi
5343 
5344 # If use host principal for shadow update, give read/write permission for
5345 # shadow, and deny all others' read/write access to it.
5346 if [ $NEED_HOSTACL -eq 1 ]; then
5347     allow_host_read_write_shadow
5348     # deny non-host access to shadow data
5349     deny_non_host_shadow_access
5350 fi
5351 
5352 
5353 # Generate client profile and add it to the server.
5354 add_profile
5355 
5356 # Add Indexes to improve Search Performance.
5357 add_eq_indexes
5358 add_sub_indexes
5359 add_vlv_indexes
5360 
5361 # Display setup complete message
5362 display_msg setup_complete
5363 
5364 # Display VLV index commands to be executed on server.
5365 display_vlv_cmds
5366 
5367 # Create config file if requested.
5368 [ -n "$OUTPUT_FILE" ] && create_config_file
5369 
5370 # Removed the TMPDIR and all files in it.
5371 cleanup
5372 
5373 exit 0
5374 # end of MAIN.