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Re: Many 'Can't contact LDAP server' errors
I whole-heartedly agree and have voiced my concerns about being forced
(by my management) to use a 'supported' Linux version (which has caused
me more grief than 'support'...but I digress).
As I have not looked at any other versions of openldap, is the upgrade
'path' simple or will it require extensive rework of the configurations
and back-end files?
On Mon, 2005-06-20 at 11:50, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> --On Monday, June 20, 2005 10:07 AM -0700 John Duino <email@example.com>
> > Greetings! (I sent this last week but it doesn't appear to have ever
> > made it through to the list.)
> > We are having a problem that seems to be growing. We have openldap
> > deployed across a wan (primary at one site, replicants at remote sites).
> > At present it is only really being used for mail routing and passwords.
> > Some sites have as few as five active people. Systems are dual Xeon,
> > 2GB, RHES3, with sendmail 8.12.11-4 and openldap 2.0.27.
> Hi John,
> This may or may not be related to the issues you are seeing, but I will
> note that OpenLDAP 2.0.27 is an extremely ancient version of OpenLDAP that
> has been deprecated for a few years now (RedHat unfortunately shipped it
> much longer than they should have).
> Newer version of OpenLDAP run many times faster than the old 2.0 branch
> (the currently release is the OpenLDAP 2.3 branch). So at some point, you
> probably want to look at upgrading. Note that issue that are truly related
> to the 2.0 branch won't really result in a fix for you, since 2.0 is no
> longer having any development or changes performed on it.
> Quanah Gibson-Mount
> Principal Software Developer
> ITSS/Shared Services
> Stanford University
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John Duino <firstname.lastname@example.org>
National Engineering Technology