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Re: Segmentation fault after compiling OpenLDAP 2.0.4

At 01:26 PM 10/5/00 +0200, Jens Klöcker wrote:
>After successfully (?) compiling OpenLDAP 2.0.4, "make test" failed
>and manually starting up slapd with the sample configuration brings up
>the following error messages:
>| TLS: PRNG not been seeded with enough dataslapd startup: initiated.
>| backend_startup: bi_open 0 failed!

This implies slapd could not initiate one of the configured
backends.  I suggest turning on some additional logging (-d -1).
That should hopefully produce the exact failure (likely from
some BerkeleyDB call).

>| slapd shutdown: initiated
>| ldbm backend syncing
>| ldbm backend done syncing
>| ====> cache_release_all
>| Segmentation fault

We shouldn't crash upon such failure to start.  I suggest you
file a ITS just for this issue.  Be sure to provide a stack
back trace.

>I compiled OpenLDAP with gcc on a HP 9000/785 under HP-UX 10.20, using
>BerkeleyDB 3.1.17. 

Did you run the BerkeleyDB test suite?