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Re: LDAP client (2.1.30) with gnuTLS (1.0.16) dies in glibc mutex
--On Thursday, May 26, 2005 7:26 PM +0200 Lars Hanke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
OpenLDAP 2.1 is historic.
I feared this answer, actually. But my aim is to have a controllable
system with more or less automatic updates, e.g. Debian as distributed. I
already replaced the server (different machine) with OpenLDAP stable.
Since LDAP is my core technology, replacing it would mean to manually
recompile more or less the entire system.
If your intent is a controllable LDAP system, then I'd advise you to
compile and maintain your own installation of the LDAP software. Debian
Sarge, if you upgrade to that, will move you to 2.2, and you'll likely have
some conversions to do at that point as it is. The simple fact is, if you
plan on running an enterprise LDAP service, you are better off maintaining
the control of the systems yourself, as this gives you the ultimate control
over when and how you upgrade your systems.
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