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What values can be set for DEBUG for the CA LDAP Server?

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Issue/Introduction

What values can be dynamically set for DEBUG for the CA LDAP Server?

 

Environment

Release : 15.1

Component : CA LDAP Server

Resolution

debug
Specifies the amount of information that the server writes to the stderr file. You can specify a numeric or text value. The value is set to the bit-wise OR of all of the arguments on the configuration line.

For a numeric value, each number is a decimal integer value. The value is taken as a bit string, with each bit corresponding to different trace information. Available log levels are listed in the following table. Default: n/a

Text     Hex        Decimal       Type of Traced Information
                    Value      Value   
ANY                 -1            All levels of tracing
TRACE    0x00000001 1             Entrance/Exit to functions
PACKETS  0x00000002 2             Packet dumps
ARGS     0x00000004 4             Arguments to routines
CONNS    0x00000008 8             Connection information
BER      0x00000010 16            BER structures
FILTER   0x00000020 32            Filter information
CONFIG   0x00000040 64            Configuration; including dynamic schema information
ACL      0x00000080 128           Access control list
STATS    0x00000100 256           Timings
STATS2   0x00000200 512           Cipher Suites; Conversions
PARSE    0x00000800 2048          LDIF and attribute/Entry parsing
CACHE    0x00001000 4096          Caching
SYNC     0x00004000 16384         Log commands sent to the ESM and the return code
ENTRY    0x00010000 65536         Debug statements from within add_entry_value()
CS       0x00020000 131072        Debugging dealing with callable services
BUFS     0x00040000 262144        Buffer and cache maintenance
MUTEX    0x00080000 524288        mutex lock/unlock/init/delete
DB2      0x00100000 1048576       Interface to DB2/CMGR DB2 interface
POLICY   0x00200000 2097152       Interface to SQLITE/CMGR Policy File interface
CALLBACK 0x00400000 4194304       Interface to SQLITE Callback tracing

Additional Information

Please see documentation for debug of ldap server:
https://techdocs.broadcom.com/content/broadcom/techdocs/us/en/ca-mainframe-software/security/ca-system-z-security-communication-servers-dsi-ldap-pam/15-1/configuring/configure-the-ca-ldap-server/customize-the-slapd-configuration-file.html

Example to dynamically set the debug level to all issue command 'F ldapname,set,debug,all'