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NAME ^

ldapops.pl - perform operations on an LDAP directory from the command line

SYNOPISIS ^

Perform operations on the OSS ldap directory

This code uses the module for OSS directory actions, "OSS::LDAPops." Please see OSS::LDAPops for more details.

This program will return nothing on sucess and will die with an error message to STDERR on fail.

All operations required to administer the directory are avaliable via this program apart from changing objects outside of the user and group space. These must be altered manuaelly.

This code does not have to run on the LDAP server as it is network enabled and can be used over the network from a suitable location, ACL permitting of course!

CONFIG ^

A configuration file is required in /etc/ldapops.conf or ~/.ldapopsrc. An example is below:

        $GLOBAL::config =
        {
                LDAPHOST        =>      'ldap01.mydomain.net',
                BINDDN          =>      'uid=webportal, ou=writeaccess, dc=auth, dc=mydomain,dc=net',
                BASEDN          =>      'dc=auth,dc=mydomain,dc=net',
                NISDOMAIN       =>      'auth.mydomain.net',
                PASSWORD        =>      'xyzzy',
        };

        #These config options are used within this script
        $GLOBAL::localconfig =
        {
                SHADOWMAX       =>      90,
                SHADOWMIN       =>      10,
                SHADOWWARNING   =>      10,
                SHELL           =>      '/bin/bash',
                #Trailing '/' please!
                HOMEPREFIX      =>      '/home/',
                GID             =>      300
        };

        #This 1 is required!
        1;

This example file is also included in the source distribution.

USAGE ^

        ldapops.pl -su <string>                       | search user
        ldapops.pl -sg <string>                       | search netgroup
        ldapops.pl -sx <string>                       | search unix/posix group
        ldapops.pl -ah <hostname>                     | add host
        ldapops.pl -ahg <group>                       | add hostgroup
        ldapops.pl -aug <user>                        | add usergroup
        ldapops.pl -axg <group> <gid>                 |add unix/posix group
        ldapops.pl -auug <userid> <group>             | add user to user group
        ldapops.pl -duug <userid> <group>             | delete user from user group
        ldapops.l -auh <userid> <host>               | add user to host
        ldapops.pl -duh <userid> <host>               | delete user from host
        ldapops.pl -ahhg <host> <group>               | add host to host group
        ldapops.pl -dhhg <host> <group>               | delete host from host group
        ldapops.pl -augug <addgroup> <togroup>        | add user group to user group
        ldapops.pl -dugug <delgroup> <fromgroup>      | delete user group from user group
        ldapops.pl -ahghg <addgroup> <togroup>        | add host group to host group
        ldapops.pl -dhghg <delgroup> <fromgroup>      | delete host group from host group
        ldapops.pl -aung <userid> <unix group>        | add user to unix group
        ldapops.pl -dung <userid> <unix group>        | del user from unix group
        ldapops.pl -au                                | add user
        ldapops.pl -up <userid> <password>            | update password for user
        ldapops.pl -upr <userid> <password>           | update password for user and force reset on next login
        ldapops.pl -upo <userid> <password> <ou>      | update password for user in non-standard ou
        ldapops.pl -b <csv file>                      | batch add users from CSV file (see batchadd.csv for format)
        ldapops.pl -d '<dn>'                          | delete dn (note the quotes)

Note: the wildcard '*' can be used, but must be escaped as \*

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