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Re: back-bdb deadlocks?
> Did a quick experiment and slapd ran just fine with removed log files. The
> lifetime of the long-lived transaction does not seem to span over multiple
> slapd runs. Do you mean the behavior on an erroneous condition where
> transactions are not aborted/committed upon slapd termination ?
He means that if you keep slapd running for a long time
(which most folks would aim to do, presumably), then
the transaction logs will grow without bounds. Tyically
the available disk space is not unlimited, so at some point
it will fill up, if sufficient write operations are performed on