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fusiondirectory.conf - FusionDirectory configuration file
The fusiondirectory.conf file is a XML style configuration file. It is parsed by
FusionDirectory during log in. The file may contain extra tabs and newlines for
formatting purposes. Tag keywords in the file are case-insensitive. Comments should be
placed outside of XML tags and should be encapsulated inside of <!-- --> tags.
The fusiondirectory.conf file can be used to configure the access control of the
The configuration has to be specified inside of the <conf> tags. It is composed by a main
configuration - including information about several locations.
<!-- Global setup -->
<!-- Location specific setups -->
The main section defines global settings, which might be overridden by each location
definition inside of this global definition.
<main default="Example Net" listSummary="false" ... >
<location name="Example Net"
Main section options
The forceSSL statement enables PHP security checks to force encrypted access to the
web interface. FusionDirectory will try to redirect to the same URL just with
The logging statement enables event logging on FusionDirectory side. Setting it to
true, FusionDirectory will log every action a user performs via syslog. If you use
rsyslog and configure it to mysql logging, you can browse all events within
FusionDirectory. FusionDirectory will not log anything, if the logging value is empty
or set to false.
The templateCompileDirectory statements defines the path, where the PHP templating
engins smarty should store its compiled FusionDirectory templates for improved speed.
This path needs to be writeable by the user your webserver is running with.
The ignoreAcl value tells FusionDirectory to ignore complete ACL sets for the given
DN. Add your DN here and you'll be able to restore accidently dropped ACLs.
The displayerrors statement tells FusionDirectory to show PHP errors in the upper
part of the screen. This should be disabled in productive deployments, because there
might be some important passwords arround.
Location section options
The name of this location section that will appear in the dropdown on FusionDirectory
The config statement defines the LDAP base, where FusionDirectory stores management
information, such as site wide locking and user notifications.
The debuglevel value tells FusionDirectory to display certain information on each page
load. Value is an OR combination of the following byte values :
DEBUG_TRACE = 1
DEBUG_LDAP = 2
DEBUG_DB = 4
DEBUG_SHELL = 8
DEBUG_POST = 16
DEBUG_SESSION = 32
DEBUG_CONFIG = 64
DEBUG_ACL = 128
DEBUG_ARGONAUT = 256
DEBUG_MAIL = 512
The ldapTLS statement enables or disables TLS operating on LDAP connections.
The ldapFollowReferrals statement tells FusionDirectory to follow LDAP referrals.
LDAP resource definition
For every location you define inside your fusiondirectory.conf, you need at least one
entry of the type referral. These entries define the way how to connect to some directory
uri is a valid LDAP uri extendet by the base this referral is responsible for. admin is
the DN which has the permission to write LDAP entries. And password is the corresponding
password for this DN. You can define a set of referrals if you have several server to
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