how to get rid off raise at python3-ldap3

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Using: ubuntu22.04 python3-ldap3-2.8.1-1


conn = Connection(server, user=user, password=password, auto_bind=AUTO_BIND_TLS_BEFORE_BIND, raise_exceptions=False)

     if not conn.bind():
         print('não conectou')
         return False
     return True

If I try a user w/ a valid password it all goes write, but if I use a wrong password openldap stops with this error:

conn = Connection(server, user=user, password=password, auto_bind=AUTO_BIND_TLS_BEFORE_BIND, raise_exceptions=False)

File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/ldap3/core/", line 356, in init self._do_auto_bind() File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/ldap3/core/", line 385, in _do_auto_bind self.bind(read_server_info=True) File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/ldap3/core/", line 600, in bind response = self.post_send_single_response(self.send('bindRequest', request, controls)) File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/ldap3/strategy/", line 121, in post_send_single_response responses, result = self.get_response(message_id) File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/ldap3/strategy/", line 369, in get_response raise LDAPSessionTerminatedByServerError(self.connection.last_error) ldap3.core.exceptions.LDAPSessionTerminatedByServerError: session terminated by server

Why if I'm using raise_exceptions=False...

How can I test a user + wrong passord without breaking openldap using python3-ldap3? or disable raise exceptions from stopping openldap?

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