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Re: ldbm migrations
--On Wednesday, May 25, 2005 10:13 PM -0400 matthew sporleder
It was kind of legacied to me, and I heard from the previous guy that
bdb had too much disk overhead. However, I am giving a hard
consideration to, at least, moving the master to the more reliable
(transactional) backend. The migration just doesn't sound fun.
The general idea is:
slapcat the DB to ldif
slapadd the DB from ldif into your new BDB DB.
Make sure you tune DB_CONFIG appropriately.
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