No. I can only login via the LDAP. I am an administrator.
OK its an odd situation, but it's a real nuisance.
I could stop the instance and reconfigure it to non-LDAP authentication (when it would use the Internal Directory) but that's a pain.
I guess this is just another weakness with Confluence's new (to us) directory model.
can you run this statement locally on your DB?
select id,directory_name from cwd_directory;
this should list your two directories.
select attribute_value from cwd_directory_attribute where directory_id = '<ID_from_your_LDAP_dir>' AND attribute_name = 'directory.cache.synchronise.interval';
this should show "60"
you could run an update query but please shut down confluence before and make a backup so just in case something breaks you can get back to the previous state
let me know if you need help building the query...
if you only got these two directories you could run this:
update cwd_directory_attribute set attribute_value="<new_value_here>" where directory_id = (select id from cwd_directory where directory_type NOT LIKE 'INTERNAL') AND attribute_name="directory.cache.synchronise.interval";
check if everything is ok:
select * from cwd_directory_attribute where directory_id = (select id from cwd_directory where directory_type NOT LIKE 'INTERNAL');
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