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Re: database krash
Were you running slapd with 'dbcachenowsync'.
When we made test with 'dbcachenowsync' nothing was written to the disk
until we killed the process (everything was cached in memory)...
Doing a kill -9, all the data are lost.
(openldap 1.2.9 on Linux)
Claude Iyi Dogan
On Tue, 18 Apr 2000, Koen Bosmans wrote:
> I had it too some time ago (actualy twice),
> I was setting up a testserver for ldap and I did some tests on it. I
> wasn't debugging or so, just normal working...
> A few day after that I checked the server and everything out of the LDAP
> database was gone!!!! Except the base entry o=XXXXX,c=YY. A month later
> it was the same thing, but I always was thinking that I did something
> stupid and erased the database without knowing it.
> But it seems that I'm not the only one....
> Koen Bosmans
> Fabrice Nouet wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > when I stop slapd and start slapd into debug mod, all
> > datas int the base are deleted ?
> > (killall slapd , slapd -d 256)
> > ldapsearch "objectclass=*" -> no such object
> > Is someone has found this bug ?
> > Fabrice
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