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Re: database krash
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From: Koen Bosmans <email@example.com>
To: Fabrice Nouet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: database krash
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 09:17:17 +0200
I work with release 1.2.7 also.
I didn't experienced any problem anymore since then but I don't have a real
solution for it.
I use openldap also on an other server and this one has no problem as I can
remember and it has release 1.2.5 I believe. Is there a way to see the
version???? I can't see it immediatly...
What I do every night is to make a dump of the current database so I always
have copy of it on backup.
Fabrice Nouet wrote:
> I am really suprising and really worry about this !
> I am working with openldap 1.2.7-2.
> What was your release Koen ?
> How to avoid it WITHOUT big critical problems like that ?
> Thanks for your reply,
> >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
> >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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