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RE: slapadd coredump (ITS#2397)

Fix the problem with your LDIF. Contrary to your belief, slapd will not
operate correctly when your database has missing entries. Of course slapadd
should not do a coredump anyway, but without a stack trace we can't track
that problem. Surely your HP machine has a debugger installed, if you have a

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jan P. Sorensen [mailto:japs@garm.adm.ku.dk]

> The coredump is a result of an earlier problem. I have
> reduced the input
> to 3 entries. The output (with -d 99) from slapadd version 2.1.12 and
> 1.2.17 is enclosed.
> During the final cleanup version 2.1.17 gives the error messages:
> Error, entries missing!
>   entry 2: ou=9016-1,o=ku.c=dk
>   entry 4: ou=9715 2,o=ku,c=dk
> With these 3 entries slapadd will not do a coredump. However, with the
> complete dataset (10,000 records) a coredump takes place.
> Jan P. Sorensen