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Re: BDB corruption on every unclean shutdown
On Tue, 13 Jan 2004 14:42:39 -0800
"Howard Chu" <email@example.com> wrote:
> In short, yes. By default, BDB locks are recorded in filesystem files.
> If they are not unlocked cleanly, they remain in the BDB environment
> unless forcibly removed (using db_recover.) slapd has deadlock
> detection but that only works when all the locks in the environment
> actually have threads/processes still associated. If a lock is
> leftover from a crash, the lock detector doesn't know how to resolve
> the situation.
And that, along with the "always recover" rule of thumb, is the answer
I've been looking for. Thanks!