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RE: Help: slapcat limits on 2 gb exact ldif file
The server is not running. Using 2.0.27 release here, running 5.8 SunOS. Now
looking into large file support and utilization of fputs() in slapcat.
I would say utilizing at 64 bits version like write64() or fputs64() might
be our solution. Will look into this over the weekend.
Any input appreciated.
From: Quanah Gibson-Mount
To: Sjoerd Somsen; ''email@example.com' '
Sent: 18-7-2003 21:05
Subject: Re: Help: slapcat limits on 2 gb exact ldif file
--On Friday, July 18, 2003 7:14 PM +0200 Sjoerd Somsen
> Today I saw that our slapcat-backup procedure resulted into ldif file
> EXACTLY 2 GB. If I now run slapcat again, it again limits on 2GB, and
> the end of the file is not like what I would expect.
> Now, the 2GB seems very suspicious, from coding experiences in the
> Is there anything I can configure to prevent this limiting?
> Sorry, not very experienced on OpenLdap.
I've never ran into any such limit using slapcat... Are you stopping the
server before you start the slapcat process? What version of OpenLDAP
you running? What OS are you running this all on?
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