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Re: (ITS#5221) cache? of parent failes for hdb
--On Monday, November 12, 2007 7:02 AM +0000 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Dan.Oscarsson@tietoenator.com wrote:
>> Full_Name: Dan Oscarsson
>> Version: 2.3.32
>> OS: SLES 10
>> URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
>> Submission from: (NULL) (220.127.116.11)
>> From this I suspect that it is the cache of which parent node belongs to
>> that gets corrupted. Or can it be something else?
>> What more could I do to trace down the bug?
>> I do not know if the above information is enough for you to find what is
>> wrong? Cannot include data as it contains company internal information
>> and a simple test program did not give the same error.
>> I have looked at the code, but it takes some time to understand it when
>> doing it for the first time. maybe som debugging code could be added
>> find the place where the bug is.
> This isn't a lot of information to go on. If you can create a test
> program that shows the problem occurring, using dummy data, that would
> help. --
Also, Just some general data on what it is you are doing that is a bit more
explanative. For example, what does your tree layout look like? A single
root with 20,000+ subtrees off of the root? A root with 10 subtrees, with
thousands of subtrees off of those? How are you doing these modrdn's?
Why, exactly? Anything that can help us to possibly come up with a
progamatic generation of dummy data.
And, you said you had a script to do this, can you include that?
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