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slapd and threads and Solaris 8
I have taken over my company's OpenLDAP server.
The current software is version 1.2.6.
The operating system is Solaris 2.6.
I found this comment in one of the shell files:
"slapd's threading is incompatible with the thread library on
Solaris, and a non-threaded version of slapd should be used"
So the procedure I have inherited is to configure and build twice.
configure --without-threads --enable-ldbm ... ...
build, then install slapd
configure --with-threads=lwp --enable-slurpd ... ...
build, then install slurpd
I want to install version 2.0.7 on a Solaris 8 box.
So my questions are:
1) Is the threading used by OpenLDAP version 2.0.7 compatible with
the thread library on Solaris 8?
2) Do I have to configure/build twice?
3) What "threads" argument should I give to configure?