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New in version 2021.1.2.
Scylla supports user authentication via an LDAP server by leveraging the SaslauthdAuthenticator. By configuring saslauthd correctly against your LDAP server, you enable Scylla to check the user’s credentials through it.
Before You Begin
This procedure requires you to install and configure saslauthd. The general instructions are here.
Follow all of the steps in this procedure and use the code snippets below to list LDAP as the authentication mechanism.
You must list LDAP as saslauthd’s authentication mechanism:
/etc/sysconfig/saslauthd and add:
/etc/default/saslauthd and add:
You also have to edit the /etc/saslauthd.conf file to provide adequate parameter values for your LDAP server.