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|Reported by||Yudhveer Kandukuri|
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The following bug has been logged on the website: Bug reference: 16066 Logged by: Yudhveer Kandukuri Email address: (redacted) PostgreSQL version: 10.10 Operating system: Ubuntu 18.04 Description: Here are the pg_hba.conf entry for ldap..... host Tom Tom 10.10.117.43/32 ldap ldapserver=10.10.117.43 ldapbasedn="ou=People,dc=internal,dc=g2llc" ldapbinddn="cn=svc_ldap,ou=People,dc=internal,dc=g2llc" ldapbindpasswd="Test123#" ldapport=389 ldapsearchattribute="uid" When I am trying to connect to postgresql on remote server, I am getting the message as no entry for "Tom" in pg_hba.conf file where the postgresql is running on the remote server. Already created the user "Tom" in postgresql and also created the user "Tom" in ldap and also created one more ldap user account "i.e., svc_ldap" in ldap. Not Sure..what else I need to configure to make the Postgresql user to authenticate with ldap Thanks and regards Yudhveer Kandukuri
|2019-10-18 19:47:56+00||PG Bug reporting form||BUG #16066: Ldap Authentication failure on PostgreSQL 10.10|
|2019-10-18 23:12:23+00||Stephen Frost||Re: BUG #16066: Ldap Authentication failure on PostgreSQL 10.10|