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Re: ldapsearch return duplicate entries

Thank you for the prompt reply, I recopied the data and it works fine

I was playing alot with the slave server, and I killed it with "kill
-HUP" assuming it will reread configuration file, I think it corrupt the
database file.

Thanks again :)

Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
> Rayed Al-Rashed wrote:
> >
> > Hi there,
> >
> > I have a master and slave openldap servers (2.0.11), and I am having a
> > problem with my slave server, when I do some of the ldap searches it
> > returns some of the entries twice!!
> >
> > # ldapsearch -L -z0 -h master -b 'dc=example,dc=org' '(objectclass=*)' |
> > grep "^dn" | sort | uniq -d
> >
> > # ldapsearch -L -z0 -h slave  -b 'dc=example,dc=org' '(objectclass=*)' |
> > grep "^dn" | sort | uniq -d
> >  ... Some duplicate entries ...
> >
> > Is this behavior normal, and why it doesn't work with both servers!!
> It is NOT normal; it is probably related to some database corruption.
> It is always hard to trace these corruptions because usually they occur
> randomly and when servers are heavily loaded.  If you're able to make it
> reproducible you should file an ITS and this will help in tracing
> potential bugs.  Note that recently I fixed a potential duplicate entry
> cause (which might have occurred only in very special cases and thus
> matches the "randomly and heavy loaded servers" assumption
> (see ITS#1219).  You might want to try with HEAD cvs code, or at least
> try to add those changes to releae code.
> Pierangelo.
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