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Aaron Richton wrote:
If Ando's comment that Solaris poll() isn't working yet is true, I'd
like to see that work out. It wasn't clear to me whether he was
implicating slapd or Solaris, though...is there a next step here? (set
some autoconf to force poll() and make test, perhaps?)
No, there's no autoconf switch. You just need to make sure SLAP_X_DEVPOLL is
defined when slapd/daemon.c is compiled, and then be prepared for sparks.
On Thu, 1 Feb 2007, Howard Chu wrote:
OK, if no new issues are reported against HEAD in the next 24 hours
then I think tomorrow we should kick out a new 2.4alpha.
Offhand it looks to me like syncrepl enhancements are the only thing
missing for a Beta. Anyone else have a list of items they want to
resolve for 2.4?
Note the wording - I didn't ask for items "you want resolved (by someone
else)" - that list would be a lot longer. I'm polling for what any developers
have in-progress that they would like to have included, or what they plan to
get finished by then.
What I'd like resolved, but don't have time to get to yet:
cn=config support for all the remaining backends and overlays that
still need to be converted:
back-dnssrv - this has no config options, so all it needs is
an empty cf table to shut up the warning.
back-meta - depends on many other things, primarily librewrite
back-null - oddly enough, this has a config option...
back-passwd - has 1 option
back-perl - complicated because it can pass arbitrary options
to the underlying perl module. We can still accomodate this
using something like a perl- prefix or a olcDbPerlConfig:
attribute, just like how we handle DB_CONFIG.
back-relay - depends on librewrite / slapo-rwm
back-shell - easy enough
back-sql - haven't really looked
It looks like the majority of the overlays have been converted. rwm is still
a problem. collect.c, dyngroup.c, retcode.c, seqmod.c are all trivial.
Manpages for the useful overlays that are missing them would be nice. I'm not
so worried about collect.c or seqmod.c since they aren't actually meant to be
used, they're only meant as coding examples.
On a side-note, when I was benchmarking the connection manager I found it
useful to doctor up back-null to actually return an entry in response to
search requests. If anyone else would find this useful, I can commit that patch.
-- Howard Chu
Chief Architect, Symas Corp. http://www.symas.com
Director, Highland Sun http://highlandsun.com/hyc
Chief Architect, OpenLDAP http://www.openldap.org/project/
- Re: RE24
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- Re: RE24
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