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Re: (ITS#5120) slapadd -q makes database logs unusable

hyc@symas.com wrote:
> ando@sys-net.it wrote:
>> When slapadd'ing -q, existing database log files seem to become unusable.  If
>> this is correct, as it seems to be, slapadd could refuse to start with -q if log
>> files are present, or, for example, remove the logs if -qq.
> I guess we could add that check. The docs already say that if an error occurs, 
> the entire database will be unusable. As such, you should only use it for 
> initially populating a database, not for adding to an existing one.

The story is that I placed logs in a separate directory and I forgot to
clean them up when regenerating the DB after removing the database files :)


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