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Re: 2 GB filesize limit

Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
 You may also split the database in smaller bits, unless it has to be
 exactly one naming context (I don't recall if 2.1 already had the
 glue capability).

Yes, glue in 2.1 was the groundwork for overlays in 2.2.

> Gentoo with a 2.6.5 kernel, glibc 2.3.3, openldap 2.1.30.  It's
> doing this on 4 identical systems and 1 with a 2.6.9 kernel, so my
> configuration is somehow very wrong.
> System setup:  admin1 is the master and replicates out to ldap1 and
>  ldap2.  Directory listings are at the end of the email.
> Last night, an ldap server died with the (non-exact) error unable
> to write to gdbm.  The id2entry.gdbm file was a byte below 2 Gigs.
> In subsequent testing with dd, I cannot create a file bigger than
> 2*1024*1024*1024 bytes.  Could someone please verify that: a) I
> need to rebuild something like glibc. b) I do not need to rebuild
> openldap.

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