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RE: back-bdb DB_RECOVER and soft restart

>That's what back-bdb used to do, in its infancy. It turned out to cause slapd
>startup to be very slow. During recovery the BDB cache is destroyed and
>recreated, which makes for a lot of unnecessary data churn, and has a large
>negative impact on performance until the cache gets repopulated. Yes it's
>true that it is safe to run recovery even when it's not needed, but it is far
>from desirable.

Hmm, I thought Sun ONE did this. Does anyone know what they do? They also
use Sleepycat AFAIK...

-- Luke