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Re: OpenLDAP v1.2.11 && SleepyCatDB v2.7.7
Quoting email@example.com (Randy Kunkee):
> > >>>>> "Randy" == Randy Kunkee <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > >> I compiled against Sleepycat according to some information on
> > >> the OpenLDAP site. This setup worked PERFECT on two machines,
> > >> but on one I get
> > [...]
> > >> What might I have missed?
> > Randy> What is your dbcachesize configuration value, and your
> > Randy> memory ulimit ("ulimit -a" in bash)?
> > Shouldn't be a problem... Granted, on the two machines where it works,
> > I don't have the dbcachesize set, but using defaults.
> > ----- s n i p -----
> > donald.pts/2# grep dbcachesize /etc/openldap/slapd.conf
> > dbcachesize 1000000000
> Holy sh*t batman, that's a gigabyte (or close enough)! That's definitely
> not the default, and slapd will try to allocate that amount of storage for
> *each* index file it opens.
Gosh! Do _I_ feel stupid or what?!?!?!
Thanx a lot.