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Re: BDB Corruption...
Buchan Milne wrote:
jehan procaccia wrote:
Buchan Milne wrote:
Mandrake 10.1/cooker has openldap2.2 in contrib, installable in
parallel with the 2.1.30 packages in main (there wasn't time to get
2.2 into main and rebuild all packages that depend in libldap before
what do you mean by "in parallel" ?
You can have openldap-servers and openldap2.2-servers installed at the
same time with no conflicts. The only packages which conflict are
libldap2-devel and libldap2.2_7-devel.
OK, I didn't thought about changing le packagae name !
The soname has changed between 2.1 and 2.2, as well as the library
minor. Library packages should never conflict (this is why Mandrake
has lib packages, instead of sticking the libraries in say the
openldap package as RH does), but the -devel packages will (but, well,
just install the one you want).
Very good idea to create lib packages !.
Where can we can SRPM of all your openldap2.2 packages ?
All binaries are suffixed (ie slapd2.2) and scripts/configs adjusted
during the build. Client binaries (and man pages) are currently
suffixed as well, as soon as cooker is open again, I will
alternativise both the package in main and the one in contrib, so the
most recently installed clients will be accessible as 'ldapsearch' etc
but installed as 'ldapsearch2.1' and 'ldapsearch2.2'. I think Fedora
has alternatives/update-alternatives as well ... but it can't be
employed by only one package.
Yes, if you upgrade to openldap2.2, you need to rebuild every openldap
libs dependant packages (php-ldap ... etc) to that newer version, except
if you keep having the original distro openldap package (2.1.30).
Unfortunately the packaging files for openldap2.2 did not make it into
CVS on my upload, so you can't see the spec file without grabing the
SRPM, but mail me if you want one, or look at the way samba was done
I would prefer to have a look at openldap spec file, again, where can I
get latest mandrake openldap2.2 SRPM ? (I suppose it uses mandrake rpm
macros to be built :-( , as I don't have any mandrake here, where can I
get mandrake rpmmacro file ?).