Overview #

Ndsmodules.conf determines the modules and order in which the NDSD Loadable Modules are loaded within eDirectory.

The NDSD Loadable Modules that need to be loaded would have auto flags set.

Other modules can also be present here if a default command line need to be specified. Modules will be loaded in the order that's listed here.

!! eDirectory Version 8.8#

When one instance in the default setup the module is located at:

/etc/opt/novell/eDirectory/conf/ndsmodules.conf
# ndsmodules.conf: NDS Module Description File
# This file describes the modules to be loaded at bootup.  Note that modules
# that need to be loaded would have auto flags set.  Other modules can also
# be present here if a default command line need to be specified. Modules
# will be loaded in the order that's listed here.
#
# Syntax:
# modulename    flags   cmdline
# Each line in this file represents a modulename.  It should not
# contain prefix(lib) or suffix(.so, .la etc.).  We'll look at a
# corresponding .la file to pickup the correct modulefile.
# flags:        should be a comma seperated (no whitespace) list of valid options.
#               auto -> autoloaded when dhost comes up
#               system -> Will not be unloaded.
#               fail   -> Treat as an error and exit if loading fails.
#               noop   -> No flags. MUST for specifying command line without any flags
#

dhlog                   auto,fail               #DHost logger
ncpengine               auto,system,fail        #Core NCP Services
dsloader                auto,system,fail        #Loader
masv                    auto,system,fail        #Modular Authentication Services
nds                     auto,system,fail        #Core DS Services
niciext                 auto
gams                    auto
snmp                    auto                    #snmp
httpstk                 auto                    #DHost HTTP Stack
hconserv                auto                    #HConServ
nldap                   auto                    #LDAP Server
imon                    auto                    #iMon
embox                   auto                    #eMBox
pkiserver               auto                    #PKI server
ssncp                   auto                    #SecretStore

eDirectory Version 8.7#

The file is located at:
/usr/lib/nds-modules/ndsmodules.conf

Typical Entries

# ndsmodules.conf: NDS Module Description File
# This file describes the modules to be loaded at bootup. 
# Note that modules that need to be loaded would have auto flags set.  
# Other modules can also be present here if a default command line need to be specified. 
# Modules will be loaded in the order that's listed here.
# 
# Syntax:
# modulename    flags   cmdline
# Each line in this file represents a modulename.  It should not 
# contain prefix(lib) or suffix(.so, .la etc.).  We'll look at a 
# corresponding .la file to pickup the correct modulefile.
# flags:        should be a comma seperated (no whitespace) list of valid options.
#               auto -> autoloaded when dhost comes up
#               system -> Will not be unloaded.
#               fail   -> Treat as an error and exit if loading fails.
#               noop   -> No flags. MUST for specifying command line without any flags 
#
ncpengine               auto,system,fail        #Core NCP Services
dsloader                auto,system,fail        #Loader
masv                    auto,system,fail        #Modular Authentication Services
nds                     auto,system,fail        #Core DS Services
niciext                 auto
gams                    auto
snmp                    auto                    #snmp
httpstk                 auto                    #DHost HTTP Stack
hconserv                auto                    #HConServ
nldap                   auto                    #LDAP Server
imon                    auto                    #iMon 
embox                   auto                    #eMBox
pkiserver               auto                    #PKI server 

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