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Re: maildb2ldif strangeness...

At 02:19 PM 8/18/99 +0200, Carl Moberg wrote:
>I have two questions.
> 1. The maildb2ldif program keeps saying:
>    "id XXX already in next block" where
>    XXX is a number. I can't seem to figure
>    out where in the source its produced
>    or what it means ?

That's a question for whoever wrote maildb2ldif.

> 2. Occasionally (betweenn db-builds), when
>    I try to start slapd it says the following:
>=> ldbm_cache_open( "/mail-spool/ldap-db/dn2id.dbb", 514, 600 )
><= ldbm_cache_open NULL "/mail-spool/ldap-db/dn2id.dbb" errno 79 reason
>"Inappropriate file type or format")
><= dn2id could not open dn2id.dbb

I believe this implies that the dn2id.dbb file is bad.

>    The slapd.conf I'm using is the same
>    used to build the database. Any ideas ?

Make sure you are using Berkeley DB 2.7.5 and build correctly
(ie: run the DB2 test suite) and that your filesystem is
large enough to hold your database files.