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Re: index_param failed on uniqueMember ?

On Wed, 2005-02-09 at 23:21 -0800, Eddy Tan wrote:
> Howdy,
> IÂm running slapd version 2.1.30 which has index line inside my
> slapd.conf as below:
>      index           objectClass      eq
>      index           uid,uidNumber,gidNumber        eq
>      index           memberUid        eq
>      index           cn,host          pres,sub,eq
>      index           sambaPrimaryGroupSID  eq
>      index           sambaDomainName       eq
>      index           default               sub
>      index           sambaSID              eq
> Every service works fine on my ldap (shell auth, samba, etc) but
> I've got this error inside  slapd.log:
> bdb_equality_candidates: (uniqueMember) index_param failed (18)
> As from what I understand that log says that uniqueMember is
> used
> as a filter but it is _not_ being indexed (?)
> How do I workaround it? As indexing uniqueMember is not yet
> supported in openLDAP 2.1.30 and the log file gets bigger and
> bigger with that same error message.
> Note: IÂm running a debian with linux kernel 2.4.22
I think that the last time that we saw this, someone suggested it was
caused by having identical entries in /etc/passwd and DSA  - i.e. root
or others. I gathered that it would likely be harmless and the notices
can be considered informational.