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Re: (ITS#8304) LMDB mdb_del data loss in a cursor

malyn@strangeGizmo.com wrote:
> Full_Name: Michael Alyn Miller
> Version: Git head
> OS: Windows 8.1 x64, NixOS 14.12 x64
> URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/michaelalynmiller-151109.c
> Submission from: (NULL) (
> I have a new repro of an ITS#8264 and ITS#8299-like situation, but with
> different input data.
> The referenced test runs twice: once with mdb_cursor_del and once with mdb_del.
> Just like before, mdb_cursor_del performs correctly whereas mdb_del corrupts
> the
> database.  In this case, mdb_del incorrectly removes one extra key (a key
> prefixed with 03000000000000003a...).

Thanks. Fixed in git. This appears to have been broken by commit 

> On a related note, I have switched to mdb_cursor_del whenever possible, but
> there are a couple of situations where clients of my library only have the key
> during a scan and so must use mdb_del instead of mdb_cursor_del.  Just letting
> you know that I took your advice from earlier, but must still use mdb_del here
> and there.

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