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Re: (ITS#7090) back-mdb produces wrong slapcat output
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- Subject: Re: (ITS#7090) back-mdb produces wrong slapcat output
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- Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2011 02:54:16 GMT
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> Full_Name: Michael Ströder
> Version: RE24 pulled from git
> Submission from: (NULL) (22.214.171.124)
> slapcat with back-mdb mixes entry data in the LDIF output. The entry affected
> had a DN of another entry while retrieving the same entry via LDAP worked
> correctly. I observed this for one entry of several hundred entries.
> I currently can't provide test data because this was my private address book
> data. But it was reproducable with slapadd-ed data from an older clean backup
> LDIF file. The last correct backup file I have slapcating with back-mdb is of
> 2011-11-12. I'm building RE24 almost daily from git. Maybe something bad
> happened at that time.
> Will try to reproduce with other data but be warned to keep an eye on that.
What platform, what version, 32 or 64 bit? What git commit ID? If you revert
the code to an older commit, does it produce the same result?
I've slapcat'd a 5 million entry back-hdb database and loaded it into
back-mdb. Then slapcat'd that result; it is exactly identical to the original.
Using both RE24 pulled a couple minutes ago, and git master built November
1st. There have been no functional changes to the code in a while, purely
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