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Re: Openldap reliability

Graham Leggett wrote:
Tony Earnshaw wrote:

Most people on this list who run 2.0.27 in production are satisfied;
I've never tried it.

I have it running on a Redhat v7.1 box with zero problems, and on a Redhat v7.3 box where it won't stay up for any love of money.

The 2.1.16 that I run with BDB 4.1.25 on RH 7.2++++ is ultra-reliable,
fast and most known bugs (also found on 2.1.12) have been squashed. Most
important services and utilities on this machine are utterly dependent
on it.

Is an RPM available for v2.1.16?


You can find my RPMS of openldap 2.1.16 in:
where there's a source rpm that can be recompile on any RH (maybe other dist ?) version: rpm --rebuild openldap-2.1.16-1.src.rpm
The binary packages are compile for RH 8.0 .

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