Documents in RCDevs LDAP Directory

RCDevs LDAP Directory

Installation of RCDevs Directory Server System requirements: RCDevs Directory Server (DS) runs on Linux with GLIBC ≥ 2.5. The package contains the required dependencies allowing DS to run on any Linux system without other requirements. 1. Install DS 1.1 Using the Repository 1.1.1 CentOS/RHEL On a RedHat, CentOS or Fedora system, you can use our repository, which simplifies updates. Add the repository: [root@ldap ~]# yum install https://repos.rcdevs.com/redhat/base/rcdevs_release-1.1.1-1.noarch.rpm Clean yum cache:

Migration Guide

1. Overview This document is a migration guide for RCDevs products between two servers. The installation is not covered by this guide. 2. Requirements You need root access to the old server and the new server. Products you want to migrate should be installed on the new server. 3. RCDevs Products This section covers these products: WebADM (webadm) Radius Bridge (radiusd) LDAP Bridge (ldproxy) Directory Server (slapd) Publishing Proxy (waproxy) HSMHub Server (hsmhubd) You need to use only the command lines for products installed on your server.

Backup & Restore

1. Introduction This document is intended to provide administrators with the best practices for maintaining RCDevs WebADM and related applications (such as OpenOTP Authentication Server). The reader should notice that this document is not a guide for installing WebADM and its applications. Specific guides are available through the RCDevs online documentation library on RCDevs Website. WebADM installations and usage manuals are not covered by this guide and are documented in the RCDevs WebADM Installation Guide and WebADM administrator’s Guide available in RCDevs website.

Docker deployment

1. Overview This guide intends to explain how to install and configure WebADM in docker containers. The following items will be covered: Slapd MariaDB WebADM WAProxy 2. Before you start All steps were tested in CentOS 7/CentOS 8 and docker version 19. But it should work in any system running a modern version of docker. In this guide, I assume you already have a working docker installation. In case you need help to setup a docker environment, you can check the docker website documentation.