[CentOS] OpenLDAP support in future versions of CentOS

Tue Aug 28 15:57:52 UTC 2018
Johnny Hughes <johnny at centos.org>

On 08/28/2018 10:51 AM, Alicia Smith wrote:
> Hello!
> I just joined this mailing list, so I apologize in advance if this topic
> has already been covered.
> Red Hat and Suse announced they are no longer supporting OpenLDAP in future
> releases.
> https://www.ostechnix.com/redhat-and-suse-announced-to-
> withdraw-support-for-openldap/
> However, we mainly use CentOS and while it's a RH derivative, I wanted to
> find out what CentOS plans on doing in this regard.
> Will you continue to include OpenLDAP or will it simply be removed?
> I wasn't able to find any CentOS related articles in response to this, and
> the only thing I did find that said CentOS hasn't released whether they
> will continue to support it or not is from two years ago?
> https://daasi.de/en/2017/09/25/red-hat-wont-continue-openldap-support-rhel-8-daasi-international-supports-migration/
> Any updates/feedback/information is appreciated :)

Any changes in RHEL sources will be rolled into CentOS.  Base CentOS
Linux is .. all the RHEL source code, rebuilt with trademark changes.

If something is removed from RHEL it will be removed from CentOS as well.

If those things stay in Fedora , they may be move to EPEL:


Johnny Hughes

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