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Re: Corrupted database


It would be extremely useful if you noted what version of OpenLDAP you are using...


--On Tuesday, March 18, 2003 11:44 PM -0500 Martin Smith <martinfsmith@cox.net> wrote:

Using LDBM backend, I've twice had the database get "corrupted."  By that
I mean that it's developed a node (ou with stuff under it, apparently)
that I can't read or delete with any tool I've got.  Reads just wander
off to la-la-land or fail with communications exceptions.

Total Db size is in several 100K entry range.  Corruption apparently
happened when I was doing large-scale (10K+ entries) adds via Java/JNDI.

Is this a known behavior?




PS--I did a slapcat and slapadd, which failed because of an attribute it
didn't like (maybe modifytimestamp - - it was a while back and I forget.)

-- Quanah Gibson-Mount Senior Systems Administrator ITSS/TSS/Computing Systems Stanford University GnuPG Public Key: http://www.stanford.edu/~quanah/pgp.html