opendirectoryd (previously known as "DirectoryService") is a launchd job for client access to local or remote directory systems

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Cannot create new user in Single-user mode

I try to create new user using the following commands: /sbin/fsck -fy /sbin/mount -uw / launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.opendirectoryd.plist dscl . -create /Users/username ...
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OS X Server: Open Directory PasswordService crashes

I'm running an OS X 10.9 Server (it's a Mac Mini) that is providing a few services (iCal, VPN, file sharing, etc.) to a small group of Local Network Users. After we installed a security update today, ...
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Opedirectoryd taking >90% of CPU + thousands of messages in console per second

Some time ago our company laptops started to overheat. At first it was nothing serious but after a while almost all our macbooks started to act more like ovens than computers. The issue seems to lie ...
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Mavericks Server Open Directory behind AirPort Extreme

I had a PPPoE dial up connection that returns the same IP, and a domain name that is registered to that IP. Now I had an AirPort extreme at that IP address, and I've setup DMZ to my Mavericks server ...
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Directory Services / Open Directory - Differences as it applies to OSX

It appears that are two difference set of preferences, one for Directory Service and one for Open Directory. I always thought the latter was a implementation of the former (Open Directory implements-> ...
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List & documentation for Open Directory properties

Anyone know where I can find documentation on the various properties available for directory services on the Mac? man dscl only tells me that I can -create or -read a record. It doesn't tell me how ...
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opendirectoryd taking up 1/4 of the cpu and driving fans crazy on MacBook Air

Since a couple of days my 2011 13" MBA (i5, 1,7Ghz) has a very strange issue which I don't know how to get rid of. Every now and then (sometimes more times a day) a process called opendirectoryd ...