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Re: test005-modrdn failed


I'm unable to duplicate this problem on any the Linux systems
I have access to nor have I heard any similar report from other
OpenLDAP users.  I suspect that the problem is local to your

You may be specifying unusual values to environmental values
such as CPPFLAGS, have specified unusual options to configure,
or are using buggy tools, libraries, and/or kernel... or are
running on an unusual platform.

All I can suggest for now is that you make sure you have installed
all relevant patches and that your environment and configure
options are as plain as possible


At 02:35 PM 2002-02-07, Eva Yan wrote:

>Hi Kurt,
>The environement I am using:
>SuSE Linux 2.4.7
>Berkley DB 2.4.14
>The output of the test follows....  test.out is empty.  The test failed
>comparing ldapsearch.flt and ldif.flt.
>I have included the diff file on the bottom.  Master.log is quite large. I
>can email to you if you need it.
>>>>>> Starting test005-modrdn ...
>running defines.sh . ldbm
>Cleaning up in ./test-db...
>Running slapadd to build slapd database...
>Starting slapd on TCP/IP port 9009...
>Testing slapd modrdn operations...
>Waiting 5 seconds for slapd to start...
>Testing modrdn(deleteoldrdn=0)...
>Testing modrdn(deleteoldrdn=1)...
>Using ldapsearch to retrieve entries using new rdn (cn=James A Jones
>Filtering ldapsearch results...
>Filtering original ldif used to create database...
>Comparing filter output...
>Using ldapsearch to retrieve entries using new rdn (cn=James A Jones II)...
>Filtering ldapsearch results...
>Filtering original ldif used to create database...
>Comparing filter output...
>comparison failed - modrdn operations did not complete correctly
>>>>>> ./scripts/test005-modrdn failed (exit 1)
>make[1]: *** [test-ldbm] Error 1
>make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/openldap-2.0.21/tests'
>make: *** [test] Error 2
>====>diff output
>--- ldif.flt    Thu Feb  7 16:44:12 2002
>+++ ldapsearch.flt      Thu Feb  7 16:44:12 2002
>@@ -4,6 +4,7 @@
> objectclass: person
> objectclass: organizationalPerson
> objectclass: newPilotPerson
>+cn: James A Jones 2
> cn: James Jones
> cn: Jim Jones
> cn: James A Jones II
>IBM Corporation
>zSeries Linux Technical Support
>                      "Kurt D.                                                                                                         
>                      Zeilenga"                To:       Eva Yan/Poughkeepsie/IBM@IBMUS                                                
>                      <Kurt@OpenLDAP.or        cc:       OpenLDAP-bugs@OpenLDAP.org                                                    
>                      g>                       Subject:  Re: test005-modrdn failed                                                     
>                      02/07/2002 03:42                                                                                                 
>                      PM                                                                                                               
>Test005-modrdn should work fine on Linux.  Can you provide details
>on how it failing?  That is, what was reported to you on the
>terminal, was there any indication of problem in any of the
>test output files (test.out, ldapsearch.out, master.log), was
>the result different than expected (diff -iu ldif.flt ldapsearch.flt).
>These files are all in test-db directory.
>Also, details on which configuration would be useful,
>including which database (and version) you are using,
>version of  kernel, gcc, and libc.
>At 06:24 AM 2002-02-06, Eva Yan wrote:
>>I  just installed openldap 2.0.22 (dated 20020115) on a linux machine.
>>The build was successful but the 'make test'  failed at  test005-moddrn.
>>It looks like the ldapmodrdn command is not processing the '-r' option.
>>I also did a simple test with my own data and got the same result....
>>The '-r' option in ldapmodrdn does not remove the old  RDN value from the
>>Is this a bug or user error? Thanks.
>>Eva Yan