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Re: berkeleydb logfiles
--On Tuesday, May 31, 2005 1:03 PM -0400 Francis Swasey
On 5/31/05 12:37 PM, Jonathan Higgins wrote:
I want to clean up these log files. I have several replicas, and could
roll downtime between the systems.
I am assuming the process will be to shutdown slapd, slapcat the data,
ace(delete) the openldap-data files + logs, and then slapadd, then start
slapd back up.
Uhm... no... I assume you have db_archive (or depending on how your slapd
was built, perhaps it is named slapd_db_archive). If you check its
manpage will tell you how to safely delete the log files which are no
longer needed without having to shutdown your servers at all.
# Automatically remove log files that are no longer needed.
to your DB_CONFIG file is a nice way to deal with them.
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