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Re: printing Sleepycat version always
Aaron Richton writes:
> - Debug( LDAP_DEBUG_TRACE, LDAP_XSTRING(bdb_back_initialize)
> + Debug( LDAP_DEBUG_ANY, LDAP_XSTRING(bdb_back_initialize)
> ": %s\n", version, 0, 0 );
> I'm definitely one for 'quiet' software, but knowing the version of libdb
> is a really nice detail when assisting users of OpenLDAP. This would make
> it that much easier to have them find it. I'd argue there's a bit of
> main.c: Debug( LDAP_DEBUG_ANY, "%s", Versionstr, 0, 0 );
That's not done in slap tools though. Which I like. No need to filter
out "friendly" output from slap tools in in cron jobs &co.
How about (slapMode & SLAP_TOOL_MODE) ? LDAP_DEBUG_TRACE : LDAP_DEBUG_ANY?
Also, is it a good or bad idea to move this and Sleepycat initialization
to the first time '<database/backend> <bdb/hdb>' is used?