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Re: index broken? server cannot lookup anything

--On Tuesday, March 08, 2005 10:48 AM +0100 "Probst, Carsten" <carsten.probst@net-m.de> wrote:

hi all,

i noticed a really strange behavior of my ldap server this morning. the
server cannot lookup anything anymore. the error just occured without
any manual changes on the configuration or index. i run 2.1.30 with
berkeley db 4.1.25.

i tried to do some manual updates and got his on the cli:

ldapmodify: update failed:
e,o=netmldap ldap_modify: Internal (implementation specific) error (80)
        additional info: id2entry failure

this is what i can see in the logfile of slapd:

Mar  8 09:00:44 hestia slapd[19642]: conn=261 op=7988 SRCH
service,o=netmldap" scope=0 filter="(objectClass=*)" Mar  8 09:00:44
hestia slapd[19642]: conn=261 op=7988 SRCH attr=* Mar  8 09:00:44 hestia
slapd[19642]: ldbm: ==> fatal region error detected; run recovery
Mar  8 09:00:44 hestia slapd[19642]: conn=261 op=7988 RESULT tag=101
err=32 text=

any suggestions? i don't know what exactly happend here... could it be
that the index is somehow "broken"?

thanx for your help,

Have you tried stopping the server and running db_recover?


Quanah Gibson-Mount
Principal Software Developer
ITSS/Shared Services
Stanford University
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