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Re: ldbm migrations
--On Wednesday, May 25, 2005 6:39 PM -0400 matthew sporleder
How does moving from an older version of BerkleyDB to a newer version
affect ldbm backends? Will I have to do some sort of db_upgrade, or
will the newer library not affect ldbm? I don't see any berkley
libaries linked when I try ldd on slapd.
Why would you use LDBM if you are moving to a newer version of OpenLDAP?
There are many many wonderful reasons to move to a more sane and stable
backend like BDB (the suggested backend for OpenLDAP 2.1 or greater).
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