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RE: Corrupt index files
> Just a recommendation someone made on this list. BTW the
> "db3x" package
> in Red Hat 7.3 provides DB 3.1.17 and 3.2.9 libraries to satisfy those
> dependencies you're concerned about. You'll have to install it at the
> same time as the new db3 packages. It will automatically
> remove the Red
> Hat 7.2 "db31" package.
Ok, I've done all of that. Thanks for your help.
However, I now have another problem. At least this one is 100%
I NOW have the problem described in ITS#1969, which renders my directory
This always happens after slapadd/slapindex when I recreate my directory.
Querying using the objectclass index, which nearly all of my queries do,
often returns multiple results. I can start deleting indexes and remaking
them with slapindex, which seems to help, but I'm guessing this problem will
just continue when entries are modified.
I also tried 2.0.25, and get exactly the same problem. I also tried the
.spec file from Red Hat's 2.0.25 RPM.
The bug suggests that this has been fixed in 2.1.X, but from what I have
heard on the list I am going to encounter a lot more problems and
incompatibilities with my existing programs.
John, did you encounter this problem? Or, do none of your queries query on
This is incredibly frustrating. I just want a directory server that works!
Are there any other suggestions for my problem?
Thanks in advance,
Planner, Regional Services
Shaw Cablesystems GP
630 - 3rd Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta, Canada