3.2 Linux

  • Run ndsstat.

    The ndsstat utility displays information related to eDirectory servers, such as the eDirectory tree name, the fully distinguished server name, and the eDirectory version. In the following example, eDirectory 8.7.1 is the product version (marketing string), and 10510.65 is the binary version (internal build number).

    osg-dt-srv17:/>ndsstat
    Tree Name: SNMP-HPUX-RASH
    Server Name: .CN=osg-dt-srv17.O=novell.T=SNMP-HPUX-RASH.
    Binary Version: 10510.65
    Root Most Entry Depth: 0
    Product Version: NDS/Linux - NDS eDirectory v8.8.8 [DS]
    

    For information on running ndsstat, see NetIQ eDirectory Linux Commands and Usage in the NetIQ eDirectory 8.8 SP8 Administration Guide, or the ndsstat man page (ndsstat.1m).

  • Run ndsd --version.

    For information on running ndsd, see NetIQ eDirectory Linux Commands and Usage in the NetIQ eDirectory 8.8 SP8 Administration Guide, or the ndsd man page (ndsd.1m).

  • Run iMonitor.

    On the Agent Summary page, click Known Servers. Then under Servers Known to Database, click Known Servers. The Agent Revision column displays the internal build number for each server. For example, an Agent Revision number for NetIQ eDirectory 8.8.1 might be 10510.64.

    For information on running iMonitor, see Accessing iMonitor in the NetIQ eDirectory 8.8 SP8 Administration Guide.

  • Run rpm -qi NDSserv.

    Entering this command will display similar information to ndsd --version.