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RE: (ITS#7545) Problem with v2.4.30


Fine, I get it, you hate Solaris, BDB, etc......  But this is what I have to work with, and I still have an issue that I have never heard of, nor do I know what to even look for.  Google searches turn up very little.

Is there an "OpenLDAP forum" where you can get help?  I have tried removing the package labeled SMCdb47, and loaded SMCdb.  The result is still the same.  I know you don't like BDB, (you didn't mention what you do prefer) but in any case we are approved to use OpenLDAP w/ BDB.  Normally we download all the supporting packages from sunfreeware.com, and if I remember correctly, it is defaulted to use BDB.

So I have to use:
Solaris 10
BDB 4.7.25.NC
OpenSSL 1.0.1c
OpenLDAP 2.4.30

What can I do.  I have configured hundreds of servers using these packages, and their predecessors.  We have never seen this behavior.


-----Original Message-----
From: Quanah Gibson-Mount [mailto:quanah@zimbra.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 2:20 PM
To: Swenson_CNTR, Carl E.; openldap-its@openldap.org
Subject: RE: (ITS#7545) Problem with v2.4.30

--On Tuesday, March 19, 2013 8:57 PM +0000 "Swenson_CNTR, Carl E."
<Carl.Swenson@dodiis.mil> wrote:

> Quanah,
> Thank you for the reply.
> I double checked my versions on some of my systems just to be sure.
> One inconsistency I noticed was in the name of the DB package
> Possibly downloaded at 2 different times from sunfreeware.com.
> Example -
> Sun Enterprise SPARC T5220 (everything works on this system) pkginfo
> -l SMColdap - version 2.4.30 pkginfo -l SMCossl - version 1.0.1c
> pkginfo -l SMCdb - version 4.7.25.NC
> Sun Enterprise SPARC T4-1 (the logs go crazy on this system) pkginfo
> -l SMColdap - version 2.4.30 pkginfo -l SMCossl - version 1.0.1c
> pkginfo -l SMCdb47 - version 4.7.25.NC
> IDK how this would affect the system, but based on your suggestion
> there is some difference in the package as the "pkginst" name on one
> system is SMCdb, and SMCdb47 on the other while the version is exactly the same.

I have no idea.  I abandoned Slowaris years ago... I abandoned using BDB with OpenLDAP last year.  However, no one has reported any issues like this.  It really appears to be a bug in BDB rather than OpenLDAP however.



Quanah Gibson-Mount
Sr. Member of Technical Staff
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