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Re: Cannot Create Indexes with stable


I'm using the gdbm interface so that's really not much of a help. Hmm.

In addition, to respond to another message, I have tried using the -s switch, to no avail.


 ---- you wrote: 
> There are known problems with the ndbm interface on many (if not all)
> platforms.   In fact, this problem is noted in Umich 3.3 documents.
> Though I'd like to see if it could be fixed, I do not have access to
> a system with NDBM.  It should like it might actually be a simple
> problem.  I'd be willing to assist fixing the code in anyway I can.
> Kurt
> At 10:11 AM 11/10/98 -0500, you wrote:
> >Hello,
> >
> >I've compiled OpenLDAP for Digital UNIX 4.0d (Alpha processor) using its
> built-in cc and gmake. I'm very pleased with the results but am having
> problems when I actually create the database.
> >
> >The problem is that I cannot get the indexes to build using
> openldap-stable, instead I get an error like 'execv: no such file' when it
> tries to build them using ldif2ldbm. However, I can execute ldif2index
> quite easily.
> >
> >A quick printf placed immediately before the execv(cmd, args) line in
> ldif2ldbm.c reveals that it seems to be execuring garbage characters but I
> haven't prodded it further. 
> >
> >Has anyone else had this problem and know how to solve it?
> >
> >Joe Pranevich
> >
> >
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