[Deploying Sakai] Migrating user passwords from MySQL to OpenLDAP
steve.swinsburg at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 19:56:20 PST 2012
The passwords in the DB are not reversible, so you'd either need to transfer them in their current form, if that is suitable, or get users to re-enter them in the new system.
Older versions were just MD5 hashed. Newer passwords are salted and hashed.
Check PasswordService in the kernel.
On 07/11/2012, at 12:23 PM, Fernando Laudares Camargos <fernando at revolutionlinux.com> wrote:
> we've got a Sakai server that is configured to be used with a MySQL database. We want to export the user's data to and LDAP server. What would be the correct way to migrate the password present in the table SAKAI_USER to the LDAP userPassword parameter conserving a compatible format ?
> In other words, how the user password in encrypted before being registered in the MySQL database ?
> Thank you for your attention,
> Fernando Laudares Camargos
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