[CentOS] ApacheDS vs OpenLDAP

Thu May 12 20:36:53 UTC 2011
John R Pierce <pierce at hogranch.com>

On 05/12/11 1:07 PM, aurfalien at gmail.com wrote:
> Hi all,
> Wondering if any of you have thoughts/experiences with ApacheDS?
> We've all had trials and tribulations regarding OpenLDAP and while its
> basically working pretty well in a master/slave relationship, ApacheDS
> claims more robust replication, etc...
> Granted I am working with the version bundled with CentOS, I do
> understand that the latest OpenLDAP is wayyyyyyy betterrrr :)

what about the CentOS DS based on Redhat DS ?


or, 389, formerly Fedora DS,

afaik, 389 and RedhatDS are closely related, these are all descendents 
of the Netscape Directory Server