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slapadd core-dumps when destroying db's env (Sleepycat 3.2.9) (ITS#1239)

Full_Name: Pierangelo Masarati
Version: HEAD
OS: Linux RedHat
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I got a crash in test-001 when linking with SleepyCat 3.2.9; there were any
when using ldbm. I traced the problem down to 


which calls 


with a NULL env; I don't know if the NULL env should be handled at the
db's side and if it is intended or a bug.  I temporarily patched 
ldbm_back_db_destroy to call ldbm_shutdown_env only if the env is
not NULL, and all the tests work again; however I don't want to commit 
a patch that hides a potential problem unless someone more familiar
with the subject confirms it's OK.

Here' a backtrace of what happened:

#0  0x807ead1 in ldbm_shutdown_env (env=0x0) at ldbm.c:297
#1  0x80687e2 in ldbm_back_db_destroy (be=0x816c0b8) at init.c:221
#2  0x8050626 in backend_destroy () at backend.c:409
#3  0x8063ec5 in slap_destroy () at init.c:203
#4  0x8066647 in slap_tool_destroy () at slapcommon.c:247
#5  0x804c4be in main (argc=5, argv=0x7ffffab4) at slapadd.c:139

There's no evidence of such failure with ldbm.