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Re: (ITS#5898) test044 abort with back-ldif

Hallvard B Furuseth wrote:
> Pierangelo Masarati writes:
>> I don't know how useful it would be to have back-ldif directly implement 
>> compare, as soon as one only uses it for back-config and not for a real 
>> storage with stacked overlays (however I note that back-config needs at 
>> least to nicely interoperate with one overlay: slapo-syncprov).
> Syncprov does use compare, and back-config doesn't provide it.
> I don't know if that's a problem.

In any case, the fallthru compare works fine, except for those cases 
that require overlay manipulation of the call before actually comparing 
data.  This is what happens to slapo-dynlist: compare gets straight to 
back-ldif without prior generating the dynamic listing.

> I forgot, back-config doesn't fall back to back-ldif for reads.
> So I guess it's just as well to leave back-ldif as it is.



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