apache ldap authentication with htpasswd
I'm running Apache 2.0 and am attempting to use LDAP authentication along with htpasswd authentication. For some reason on my dev area it appears to be working okay, but on my production instance this same stuff is messed up.
Here is the conf.d file for the location:
# Require SSL connection for password protection.
When I try to do an LDAP auth I get the following error:
[Fri Oct 19 08:27:29 2007] [error] [client x.x.x.x] user xxxxxx not found: /svn
It's as if it is completely ignoring the LDAP authentication. I know that LDAP is working, because if I comment out the "AuthUserFile" statement ldap works, but if I have it in there, only auth against the htpasswd file is functional, and I don't see any errors related to LDAP auth, just that it can't file the user in the directory. I don't see any differences between the httpd.conf between the two systems either.
Any ideas what might be happening here?
Just giving this issue a bump, as I now have time to continue researching this issue...hoping someone else might have some insights into this sort of behavior.
Any reason why the same config would be working in the dev env. but not in the prod env.?
I literally copied the httpd.conf and the conf.d conf file used on the prod system to dev, and it worked fine.
It's not like LDAP doesn't work on the prod system, it really seems like it should be a configuration issue, yet I don't see how with the test I just did.
Did you ever come up with a solution for this? I have been trying to do the same thing with no success
I realize this is a stale post but here is the solution
AuthName "NGOE Subversion LDAP & HTPASSWD"
This allows you to either authenticate with ldap or htpasswd. They key directives are in red
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