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Re: OpenLDAP 2.2.10 locked up

tir, 18.05.2004 kl. 17.01 skrev Digant Kasundra:

> I'm running OpenLDAP 2.2.10 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 3.0.  So
> far the results have always been good.  I've compiled against Heimdal
> 0.6 and BDB 4.2.52.

> Any help would be appreciated. 

Dunno if it helps, but for me (and I've been on 2.2 since .8) *no*
Openldap version was "robust", including 2.1.30 (and 2.2.10). Until
2.2.11. For me 2.2.11 was *the* eye-opener.

I don't know if after 2.2.11 Openldap will go back to its old ways,
where 'db_recover -c' is necessary every full, half and new moon. But up
to now, it's not been necessary once. Even after a hard server reset
(on/off button). No comments needed from OL developers; that's my

Oh yes, updates 1 and 2 of Taroon - RedHat RHEL3 with (absolutely
necessary) custom Cyrus SASL 2.1.18, 2 x patched BDB 4.2.52, pam_ldap
160 (also an eye-opener for standard RedHat RHEL3 people) and - less
necessary - Openssl 0.9.7d. All of the above custom stuff to /usr/local.
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