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Generation documentation regarding backend (ITS#201)
Full_Name: Cameron Laird
Version: current (1.2.3)
OS: many, including FreeBSD
Submission from: (NULL) (126.96.36.199)
"The OpenLDAP 1.2 Release README"
says SLAPD requires "LDBM compatible datastore (Berkeley or GDBM).
In contrast, the "Quick-Start Guide to Running slapd" says, "Otherwise [if
Berkeley nor GDBM is installed], the defaults should be OK to get you started."
take that to mean that it's possible to run with *no* external datastore.
I understand that advanced users tie in all kinds of back ends.
though, my understanding is that the generations (the configure) only works
exactly one of Berkeley or GDBM. I recommend that the Quick-Start Guide make