If you set LDAPNoAutoStartRepairDIT=0, every time the LDAP task starts, it
will perform a VerifyDIT command, and you will see the following at the Domino
LDAP server: "Started verifying Directory Tree on filename"
LDAP server: "Finished verifying Directory Tree on filename"
LDAPNoAutoStartRepairDIT=1 (default) tells the LDAP task to NOT include a
VerifyDIT command when it starts.
Example : LDAPNoAutoStartRepairDIT=1
This setting is new in ND6
The LDAP VerifyDIT command:
Verifies that each component of a distinguished name in a directory that is
visible through Notes has an entry in the directory that represents the
component as an object class. If the LDAP service finds a component of a
distinguished name without a corresponding object class entry, it creates an
appropriate entry for the object class in the hidden view ($LDAPRDNHIER).
Creating such entries ensures that LDAP clients can successfully use an object
class in a search filter to search for any entry in the directory.
Also purges duplicate entries in the directory.
Runs on any primary, central, or secondary Domino Directory or Extended
Server Directory Catalog for which the server running the LDAP service is the
None, although you can specify this setting in the NOTES.INI Settings tab of
the Configuration Settings document in the Domino Directory.
LDAPNoAutoStartRepairDIT=0 / 1
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