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Re: Upgrade from 2.0.x: 2.1.x or 2.2.x?
tor, 22.04.2004 kl. 01.45 skrev Canggung Mendonan:
> Sorry if this have been asked before (have tried searching archives). I've
> been running OpenLDAP 2.0.27 as authentication server & address book since
> 2001, and it's been running fine. Been trying to perform the 2.0.x to
> 2.1.x upgrade but kept putting it off (fixing something that isn't broken
> always gets to the bottom of the priority ;-) ).
> Recently FreeBSD ports (the platform I'm using) begins to warn that the
> 2.0.x port will be removed in May, and recommend me to upgrade to 2.2.x.
> That's saying to me 'upgrade now, everybody's upgraded already'. However,
> the jump from 2.0.x to 2.2.x might be too far, and 2.2.x has no 'stable'
> version yet. What do you recommend I upgrade to (considering my poor rate
> of upgrading): to 2.1.x or 2.2.x?
Definitely 2.2, *but* early 2.2 versions had very bad bugs. I'm using
2.2.10 (latest development) on this very small production/test rig and
regularly switch "back" to 2.1.x (latest was 2.1.29, so-called stable)
for comparison. I see no stability problems with 2.2.10 and wouldn't
hesitate to use it under production conditions.
Bear in mind that you'll have to upgrade your database from ldbm to bdb
(should be version 2-x-patched 4.2.52).
You'll probably find that the differences in what's possible with the
latest 2.1 and 2.2 are almost breathtaking in comparison to 2.0.
mail: billy - at - billy.demon.nl