LDAP Tell commands

You can use Tell commands with the LDAP server task.

Table 1. Additional Tell commands you can use with the LDAP server task



Tell LDAP Quit

Stops the LDAP task on a server.

Tell LDAP ReloadSchema

When run on the Domino® Directory administration server, the schema daemon updates the LDAP service in-memory schema with any new schema changes defined with Domino® Directory forms or with the Domino® LDAP Schema database. The schema daemon then publishes the updated schema into the Schema database, and then replicates the Schema database to others servers in the domain that run the LDAP service.

When run on a subordinate server in the domain that runs the LDAP service, the schema daemon replicates the Schema database from the administration server, if it detects changes on the administration server replica. The schema daemon then loads the updated schema now published in its local Schema database into memory.

Tell LDAP ResetStat * | statname

Resets the specified LDAP statistic variable.

Note: You cannot reset LDAP.Sessions.

Tell LDAP Showconfig


  • LDAP service settings from the LDAP tab of the Configuration Settings document.
  • LDAP service port settings
  • Status of LDAP Activity Logging (enabled or disabled.)

Tell LDAP Showconfig Debug

Shows current NOTES.INI settings related to the LDAP service, as well as the information shown by Tell LDAP Showconfig.

Tell LDAP VerifyDIT

Verifies that each component of a distinguished name in a directory that is visible through Notes® has an entry in the directory that represents the component as an object class. If the LDAP service finds a component of a distinguished name without a corresponding object class entry, it creates an appropriate entry for the object class in the hidden view ($LDAPRDNHIER). Creating such entries ensures that LDAP clients can successfully use an object class in a search filter to search for any entry in the directory.

Also purges duplicate entries in the directory.

Runs on any primary, central, or secondary Domino® Directory or Extended Server Directory Catalog for which the server running the LDAP service is the administration server.