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Re: [REPOST] Getting OpenLDAP on RedHat AS3 working properly

Thanks to all who replied.  I now have OpenLDAP 2.2.17 up an running using
the latest greatest Berkeley db-4.2.52 and OpenSSL 0.9.7d.  But with the jump
from the RedHat installed v2.0.27-17 comes a problem that I've never seen.
I'mn using slapadd with an LDIF file to upload the LDAP data to the new
server.  I also have a private schema file (INNA registered number and
everything) which worked fine on the earlier version, but when I try and
upload the data, I'm getting an "invalid structural object class chain"
error, which I've never seen before and I assume is due to more strict
standards adherence -- which is good, but what does that error mean?

-- Rob

--On Thursday, September 23, 2004 04:20:43 PM -0700 Rob Tanner
<rtanner@linfield.edu> wrote:

> [I hate it when I press the send button, and that wasn't what I was
> intending to do]
> Hi,
> I have tried all sorts of things to optimize OpenLDAP performance on the
> default distrubtion included with RedHat AS3, but no matter what I do, for
> some attributes indexing is quick and for others it's not.  A search on uid,
> for example, returns results almost instantaneously.  On the other hand,
> even a search for just the presence of a cn attribute takes several seconds
> to return anything (uid presence is likity split).  The RedHat build uses
> ldbm and apparently only, and I'm thinking that might be the problem being
> that I can't seem to switch to bdb (is an unrecognized database type).  I'm
> presuming it's built with TLS/SSL, but I actually don't know that at this
> point.
> What I wanted to try was to go ahead and build OpenLDAP from source, but
> when I do that, I get the error: 
> checking for openssl/ssl.h... no
> checking for ssl.h... no
> configure: error: Could not locate TLS/SSL package
> The include file is in /usr/include/openssl and I even replicated it in
> /usr/local/openssl just in case.  Also in /usr/lib is the library libssl3.so
> which is a shared resource, and I added a link in /usr/local/lib.
> Any idea what I shgould do next?
> Thanks,
> Rob
> -- 
> Rob Tanner
> UNIX Services Manager
> Linfield College, McMinnville OR

Rob Tanner
UNIX Services Manager
Linfield College, McMinnville OR