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Re: BDB Corruption...
Quoting Tony Earnshaw <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> ons, 20.10.2004 kl. 04.42 skrev Quanah Gibson-Mount:
> > > WHEN WILL REDHAT WAKE UP AND MAKE MY JOB EASIER?
> > I simply suggest not using RedHat. :)
> I have many reasons for sticking with RH; it's just the whole attitude
> to directory services (and RDBs for that matter) that gets my goat.
> AFAIK the only OS that officially offers Openldap 2.2 as a standard
> update, is FreeBSD; for all the others one has to jump through hoops. I
> can understand that the jump from 2.0 to 2.2 could break client
> applications, but surely the user should be given the choice and offered
> the assistance in adopting modern technology, especially when the
> software authors urge doing so? And I don't regard offering Netscape
> Directory Server as being the answer ...
after having exclusively used heavily hacked/customised redhat for years and
years, i switched this year to suse. Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9 has
OpenLdap2.2 as standard, more than that it uses it as the standard backend for
users, groups AND a lot of the system configuration. I have a 2-server cluster
with near-realtime journalled replication, a decent FS (Reiser!), failover
host/service/network clustering, and DHCP, DDNS, Samba PDC, SMTP/IMAP, HTTP all
using a openldap backend for auth/config. This is without a single line of
custom/compiled code or config, all configured through a GUI (well, a couple of
lines of cluster stuff by hand).
redhat for me is consigned to the bin forever, Novell/Suse rocks.
This message was penned by the hand of Dom