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Re: (ITS#7090) back-mdb produces wrong slapcat output

Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> --On Wednesday, November 23, 2011 8:18 PM +0000 michael@stroeder.com wrote:
>> I've re-tested with git RE24 65a49595f563573f91da936ea27f5eaf6b21a48d with
>> *nearly* the same data (data2) and the bug does not seem to happen again.
>> Hmm...
>> But with the old last good backup LDIF (data1) the bug happens again.
> I'm trying to comprehend what you're saying here... So is this correct?
> You have two data sets, data1 and data2.  You get can reproduce the issue
> using dataset data1, and you have no issues using dataset data2.

Yes. And the obvious difference is the order of superior and subordinate
entries which get mixed with other superior entries as described in my last

> Can you provide these two data sets?

As said in my first posting: This is private address book data. So nope.

Ciao, Michael.