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Re: (ITS#6491) LDAP Error code 80 - Dn index delete failed
--On Tuesday, March 16, 2010 8:31 PM +0000 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Full_Name: Robert Hanson
> Version: 2.4.21
> OS: RedHat 4.7
> URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
> Submission from: (NULL) (22.214.171.124)
> 1) start with an empty database; use slapadd to add a large (3 MB)
> database. 2) Use ldapbrowser to delete nearly all the nodes. After this
> process, I get to a point where a subnode can't be deleted; I see the
> message "12:00:27 PM: Failed to delete entry ou=Agents, lcc=Call Center
> 1, ou=Company, o=Spanlink Communications
> Reason: [LDAP: error code 80 - DN index delete failed]
> 12:15:19 PM: Failed to delete entry ou=Agents, lcc=Call Center 1,
> ou=Company, o=Spanlink Communications
> Reason: [LDAP: error code 80 - DN index delete failed]" in the ldapbrowser
> Steps to reproduce: (on redhat linux; I think any linux will do)
> 1) build bdb 4.8.26 from the distro; build openldap 2.4.21 from the
> distro. 2) copy built slapd to an appropriate place. link it to slapadd.
> 3) FTP: ftp.calabrio.com, user openldap, pass *a68pcJH (Account is
> scheduled to close 3/23/2010; let me know if you need the file uploaded
> again). unzip the file, it contains the slapcat.out; a blank database
> (in a subfolder), and a slapd.conf file.
> 4) Edit the slapd.conf file as needed to point to the directory where you
> put the database.
> That was the setup, now here are the steps to reproduce the problem:
> 5) use slapadd -c -f slapd.conf -l slapcat.out to create the database.
> 6) start slapd (using slapd -d 1 -f slapd.conf)
> 7) use ldapbrowser to delete the "lcc=call center 1" node.
> It takes a long time, but eventually you'll see it fail while trying to
> delete the "agents" node.
Do you see this problem using BDB 4.7.25+patches instead of BDB 4.8?
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