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Re: slapcat or ldapsearch could not return complete query result

Note that ITS#3764 and #3703 are relevant here, both fixed in 2.2.27. You should really be running the latest release, 2.2.28 (or 2.3.6). With the fixes for these two ITS's it should be completely safe to run slapcat concurrently with slapd.

Ran Li wrote:
Hi Quanah,

Thanks for following my issue, I sincerely appreciate your effort, I
appologize I did not pay attention to the -h option, after running that
everything works fine, now I can get the output. I m not sure if the
reason was I ran slapcat when slapd was running, but I will avoid this
kind of usage and see if the same issue will come up in the future.

Thanks again.



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Subject: Re: slapcat or ldapsearch could not return complete query

--On Friday, August 26, 2005 3:19 PM -0400 Ran Li <Ran.Li@sprint-canada.com> wrote:

Hello List,

when I ran slapcat (w/ or w/o slapd), it would not return the complete

ldif file, and it just hung. If I do ldapsearch for one entry, in a few cases it will give the complete result but most of the time it won't, and it will hang up. slapd log or system log does not say anything. Ran db_recover after stopped slapd, it did not have any output but generated a log.000000xx file. Could any one give a clue to

start troubleshooting. Thanks.

Did you run db_recover -h /path/to/your/database



db_recover -h /db

Do you have a DB_CONFIG file?


Quanah Gibson-Mount
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