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Re: (ITS#3267) more modrdn problems
here's what I think to be the problem:
- ldap_modrdn2 does not change the e_id of an entry
- slapcat walks the database using c_get and the normal
cursors. The record are thus dumped either in the order
they were inserted or in the e_id order. This means
that if a record has been moved under a different parent,
it could be printed before the parent is dumped.
- slapadd, when the above condition occurs, does not have
the parent into the database, and the record is not
Hope this helps in solving the problem. It is quite easy
to reproduce right now. Just create a dumb db, move a record
under a different parent, and slapcat the db.
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