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Re: Subtree delete not supported: HDB bug?
On Fri, 25 Mar 2005 17:06:35 -0600 (CST)
Eric Irrgang <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I found that when I set up the database using HDB, I wasn't able to delete
> > some of my contacts:
> > ldapdelete -r -H ldaps://server.cise.ufl.edu \
> > -D uid=jfh,ou=Users,dc=cise,dc=ufl,dc=edu -Y GSSAPI
> > 'cn=Someone There,ou=userabook,uid=jfh,ou=Users,dc=cise,dc=ufl,dc=edu'
> > SASL/GSSAPI authentication started
> > SASL username: jfh@CISE.UFL.EDU
> > SASL SSF: 56
> > SASL installing layers
> > Delete Result: Operation not allowed on non-leaf (66)
> > Additional info: subtree delete not supported
> Did you get this sorted out? I'm seeing something similar, but sporadically.
> Do all deletes for uid=*,ou=Users,dc=cise,dc=ufl,dc=edu fail or just random ones?
Honestly, I'm still in the testing phase of setting up our LDAP directory,
so I didn't do much more testing than that.
> One of my two replicas rejected three of four deletes I sent last night
> for similar objects in the same subtree and continues to reject the
> deletes with the same error. The deletes worked fine on the other
> I was approaching the problem as a database corruption issue, but you're
> saying that you reloaded your data into an empty database and had the same
> problem? Did you actually remove the old database and journal files or
> just slapadd your ldif in again?
I removed everything, slapadded the ldif, and the same problem occurred.
I did the same thing after changing the definition bdb and the deletes
worked as expected.
I've just upgraded to 2.3.2beta, though, I can see if I see the same
behavior with that.