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Thanks for your help.
If I can run an LDAP server without using slurpd, I think I'd just
prefer to do that, because I'm afraid activating threads may bring some
unforeseen pain into my life (and I don't know anything about libc_r).
Is there an easy way to prevent slurpd from building/installing, or
should I just want until v1.1 is available?
-------- Original Message --------
From: Pedro A M Vazquez <vazquez@IQM.Unicamp.BR>
Subject: Re: install
To: "Kurt D. Zeilenga" <Kurt@openldap.org>
I've built slurpd with libc_r on 2.2.7-stable
without problems, give it a try
Sun, Nov 15, 1998 at 01:28:59PM -0800, Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:
> slurpd requires threads. OpenLDAP 1.0 default threading under FreeBSD
> is -DNO_THREADS. You can ignore this error if not using slurpd.
> If you need slurpd or would like to have OpenLDAP use threads, consult
> the build/platforms/freebsd2-*/Make-platform files for hints.
> OpenLDAP 1.1 will autodetect threads on most platforms and skip
> building/testing slurpd when no threads are available.
> At 02:00 AM 11/15/98 -0500, Mark Stosberg wrote:
> >Hello! I'm excited about the why LDAP works, and the openldap project.
> >I've got a bug report from an attempted installation on FreeBSD 2.2.6
> > I had installed the FreeBSD port for openldap 1.0.2 and done
> >"make", which worked fine. Then I changed to the work directory I typed
> >"make test". It looks like most the tests worked fine, but it died like this:
> >Waiting 15 seconds for slurpd to send changes...
> >Using ldapsearch to read all the entries from the master...
> >Using ldapsearch to read all the entries from the slave...
> >kill: 3403: No such process
> >Comparing retrieved entries from master and slave...
> >./test-db/master.out ./test-db/slave.out differ: char 1, line 1
> >test failed - master and slave databases differ
> >>>>>> ./scripts/test007-replication failed (exit 1)
> >*** Error code 1
> >I had the exact same results trying to install on 1.0.1 on this system.
> > -mark
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