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Re: (ITS#7224) Core dump while trying to run slapd
> On 4/9/2012 7:01 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>> On 4/6/2012 10:22 AM, Howard Chu wrote:
>>>> Find out why oc->oc_names is NULL. It should not be. Seems like you
>>>> have an invalid schema definition.
>>> I have fixed the objectClasses that were violating by adding
>> ObjectClass with OID '220.127.116.11.4.1.618.104.22.168.16'. Can you provide its
>> definition? Apparently, oc_names is NULL, i.e. no names are defined for
>> that class.
> Here is the object class definition.
> Few things to note:
> 1. I had added this class temporarily (before I added extensibleObject).
> 2. I had forgotten to remove this definition from the schema, after
> adding extensibleObject.
> objectclass ( 22.214.171.124.4.1.6126.96.36.199.16
> NAME 'sendmailMTAMAPAlias'
> SUP ( sendmailMTAAliasObject $ sendmailMTAMAPObject ) STRUCTURAL
> DESC 'Sendmail MTA map alias definition' )
> 3. I am re-running the slapadd, without this schema.
> (Will update the bug with more info then)
I have created something similar (a structural class inheriting from two
existing ones) and I couldn't reproduce your issue. However, I could
exactly reproduce it by entirely removing the "NAME 'sendmailMTAMAPAlias'"
portion, so I suspect you were using something like that. Slapd is
accepting such definition (which I believe is at least bad practice, but
it should be legal as we only complain about missing OID).
I have checked this case (I suspect the same could happen in other schema
items) and I'm about to commit a fix.