The 'ndsstat' utility returns improper or unhelpful results when run as a non-root user on Linux
- Log in as a non-root user in linux system with eDirectory installed and configured. Run "ndsstat" command as non-root user without any options. This results in output: "No instances of eDirectory Server are configured".
- Now run the "ndsstat command with the option "--config-file". The output is "Segmentation fault".
- If ndsstat command is ran as "ndsstat --config-file <some filename>" (even if the file does not exist) This result in a normal display of the ndsstat command (when run as root user), for example:
Tree Name: TEST-TREE
Binary Version: 20504.06 Root Most Entry Depth: 0
Product Version: eDirectory for Linux v8.8 SP5 [DS]