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Re: approx searchs broken in 2.2.8 (ITS#3062)
Thanks! I've committed changes to HEAD which should fix this.
I've also expanded the test suite to better test this case.
At 10:20 AM 4/9/2004, email@example.com wrote:
>On Thu, 2004-04-08 at 17:08, Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:
>> I have yet to duplicate this problem. I've added to approx
>> searches to the test suite, one of which is upon an attribute
>> which has an eq but no approx index. Works just fine.
>> See HEAD.
>Hmmm. Tried your head patch and that works for me. However...
>> Suggest you experiment with the test suite, modifying test003
>> or other, such that it duplicates the problem you are seeing.
>> Then follow-up to this ITS with the changes you made (in
>> the form of a patch against the test suite).
>... I can repoduce the effect with a simpler search:
>The first hunk changes the exact jENSEN search to print it's output to
>the screen as well as appending to the $SEARCHOUT file.
>The next hunk is an approx search (copied from the exact jENSEN search)
>also with a tee command.
>< '(sn=jENSEN)' >> $SEARCHOUT 2>&1
>> '(sn=jENSEN)' | tee -a $SEARCHOUT 2>&1
>> echo "Testing APPROX searching..."
>> $LDAPSEARCH -S "" -b "$BASEDN" -h $LOCALHOST -p $PORT1 \
>> '(sn~=jENSEN)' | tee -a $SEARCHOUT 2>&1
>> if test $RC != 0 ; then
>> echo "ldapsearch failed ($RC)!"
>> test $KILLSERVERS != no && kill -HUP $KILLPIDS
>> exit $RC
>> echo XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
>When you run the test there is no data output in the approx search:
>>>>>> Starting test003-search ...
>Running slapadd to build slapd database...
>Running slapindex to index slapd database...
>Starting slapd on TCP/IP port 9011...
>Testing slapd searching...
>Waiting 5 seconds for slapd to start...
>Testing exact searching...
>dn: cn=Barbara Jensen,ou=Information Technology
> y of Michigan,c=US
>cn: Barbara Jensen
>cn: Babs Jensen
>dn: cn=Bjorn Jensen,ou=Information Technology
> of Michigan,c=US
>cn: Bjorn Jensen
>cn: Biiff Jensen
>Testing APPROX searching...
>Testing OR searching...
>-- Dr MDT Evans, Computing Services, Queen Mary, University of London