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Slapadd out of order ldif files
I am experiencing segmentation faults with slapadd when loading ldif files that have out of order entries - even files that slapcat creates - so I know that my file format should be correct.
I detailed more of the segmentation faults in this thread on the bugs list:
I checked out the HEAD from cvs today, and still get the same results.
Has anyone else ever dealt with this/found a way to fix it? Has anyone ever created a tool to properly order on ldif file?
This is a show stopper for me since we have outgrown ldbm, and I can't transfer the data to a bdb database.
I can't find any documentation on the new hql? database online - is there any published yet? Is it complete enough to be used?