The Alpha is a 64 bit CPU, and so has certain restrictions on how it accesses
memory. Specifically, instructions and data must be aligned on certain byte
OpenLDAP is not yet "64 bit clean", in that it does not always align its
memory accesses on byte boundaries, causing the Linux kernel to catch
"unaligned access" traps, such as:
Dec 17 08:52:48 dt09q1nd7 kernel: slapd(14160): unaligned trap at 0000000120016780: 000003ffffdffc4c 2d 9
This does not affect utilty: all actions will be properly completed. However,
it will affect performance.