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README.md

OpenLDAP

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Overview

The openldap module allows you to easily manage OpenLDAP with Puppet. By default it will use OLC (cn=config).

Features supported per provider

Object olc (slapd.d) augeas (slapd.conf)
global_conf Y N
database Y Y
module Y N
overlay Y N
access Y N
index Y N
schema Y N

Usage

Configuring the client

class { 'openldap::client': }

For a more customized configuration:

class { 'openldap::client':
  base       => 'dc=example,dc=com',
  uri        => ['ldap://ldap.example.com', 'ldap://ldap-master.example.com:666'],
  tls_cacert => '/etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt',
}

Configuring the server

class { 'openldap::server': }
openldap::server::database { 'dc=foo,dc=example.com':
  ensure => present,
}

For a more customized configuration:

class { 'openldap::server':
  ldaps_ifs => ['/'],
  ssl_cert  => '/etc/ldap/ssl/slapd.pem',
  ssl_key   => '/etc/ldap/ssl/slapd.key',
}

If you need multiple databases:

class { 'openldap::server':
  databases => {
    'dc=foo,dc=example,dc=com' => {
      directory => '/var/lib/ldap/foo',
    },
    'dc=bar,dc=example,dc=com' => {
      directory => '/var/lib/ldap/bar',
    },
  },
}

To force using slapd.conf:

class { 'openldap::server':
  provider => 'augeas',
}

Configuring a global parameter:

openldap::server::globalconf { 'security':
  ensure => present,
  value  => 'tls=128',
}

Configuring multiple olc serverIDs for multiple master or mirror mode

openldap::server::globalconf { 'ServerID':
  ensure  => present,
  value   => { 'ServerID' => [ '1 ldap://master1.example.com', '2 ldap://master2.example.com' ] }
} 

Configuring security for global

openldap::server::globalconf { 'Security':
  ensure  => present,
    value   => { 'Security' => [ 'simple_bind=128', 'ssf=128', 'tls=0' ] } 

Configuring a database

openldap::server::database { 'dc=example,dc=com':
  directory => '/var/lib/ldap',
  rootdn    => 'cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com',
  rootpw    => 'secret',
}

rootpw will be automatically converted to a SSHA hash with random salt.

Configuring modules

openldap::server::module { 'memberof':
  ensure => present,
}

Configuring overlays

openldap::server::overlay { 'memberof on dc=example,dc=com':
  ensure => present,
}

Configuring ACPs/ACLs

Documentation about olcAcces state the following spec:

5.2.5.2. olcAccess: to <what> [ by <who> [<accesslevel>] [<control>] ]+

So we supports natively this way of writing in the title:

openldap::server::access { 'to attrs=userPassword,shadowLastChange by dn="cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com" write by anonymous auth' :
  suffix   => 'dc=example,dc=com',
}

Also is supported writing priority in title like olcAccess in ldap

openldap::server::access { '{0}to attrs=userPassword,shadowLastChange by dn="cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com" write by anonymous auth' :
  suffix   => 'dc=example,dc=com',
}

As a single line with suffix:

openldap::server::access { '{0}to attrs=userPassword,shadowLastChange by dn="cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com" write by anonymous auth on dc=example,dc=com' : }

Defining priority and suffix in the title:

openldap::server::access { '0 on dc=example,dc=com':
  what     => 'attrs=userPassword,shadowLastChange',
  access   => [
    'by dn="cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com" write',
    'by anonymous auth',
    'by self write',
    'by * none',
  ],
}

from the openldap documentation

The frontend is a special database that is used to hold database-level options that should be applied to all the other databases. Subsequent database definitions may also override some frontend settings.

So use the suffix 'frontend' for this special database

openldap::server::access { '0 on frontend' :
  what   => '*',
  access => [
    'by dn.exact=gidNumber=0+uidNumber=0,cn=peercred,cn=external,cn=auth manage',
    'by * break',
  ],
}

Note #1:

The chaining arrows -> are importants if you want to order your entries. Openldap put the entry as the last available position. So if you got in your ldap:

 olcAccess: {0}to ...
 olcAccess: {1}to ...
 olcAccess: {2}to ...

Even if you set the parameter position => '4', the next entry will be set as

 olcAccess: {3}to ...

Note #2:

The parameter islast is used for purging remaining entries. Only one islast is allowed per suffix. If you got in your ldap:

 olcAccess: {0}to ...
 olcAccess: {1}to ...
 olcAccess: {2}to ...
 olcAccess: {3}to ...

And set :

openldap::server::access { '1 on dc=example,dc=com':
  what   => ...,
  access => [...],
  islast => true,
}

entries 2 and 3 will get deleted.

Call your acl from a hash:

The class openldap::server::access_wrapper was designed to simplify creating ACL. If you have multiple what (to * in this example), you can order them by adding number to it.

$example_acl = {
  '1 to *' => [
    'by dn.exact=gidNumber=0+uidNumber=0,cn=peercred,cn=external,cn=auth manage',
    'by dn.exact=cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com write',
    'by dn.exact=cn=replicator,dc=example,dc=com read',
    'by * break',
  ],
  'to attrs=userPassword,shadowLastChange' => [
    'by dn="cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com" write',
    'by self write',
    'by anonymous auth',
  ],
  '2 to *' => [
    'by self read',
  ],
}

openldap::server::access_wrapper { 'dc=example,dc=com' :
  acl => $example_acl,
}

Configuring Schemas

openldap::server::schema { 'samba':
  ensure  => present,
  path    => '/etc/ldap/schema/samba.schema',
  require => Openldap::Server::Schema["inetorgperson"],
}

openldap::server::schema { 'nis':
  ensure  => present,
  path    => '/etc/ldap/schema/nis.ldif',
  require => Openldap::Server::Schema["inetorgperson"],
}

Configuring Rewrite-overlay

openldap::server::database { 'relay':
  ensure  => present,
  backend => 'relay',
  suffix  => 'o=example',
  relay   => 'dc=example,dc=com',
}->

openldap::server::overlay { "rwm on relay":
  ensure  => present,
  suffix  => 'cn=config',
  overlay => 'rwm',
  options => {
    'olcRwmRewrite' => [
      'rwm-rewriteEngine "on"',
      'rwm-suffixmassage , "dc=example,dc=com"]',
  },
}