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Re: Corrupt LDAP DB ...
Thanks for you input ...
Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
Try reading the man page specific to the BDB backend: slapd-bdb
Thanks, found it.
RedHat's support of OpenLDAP has always been bad. They have been the
absolute worst linux distro to run LDAP on using what they ship that
Well, can't have everything for free and expect it to be perfect, where
would the fun be in that ...
You aren't stopping slapd when you wipe your database? That's really
bad.... And you need to stop slapd to run slapadd or to run db recovery.
No, I don't need to stop slapd, because it's not in memory, as there is
no pid and there are no files open for the LDAP DB ... I was just saying
that by the time we see that LDAP has crash, it has crash ... We can't
even start it up again.
Then we move the DB dir to a backup location and create the complete DB
structure from scratch, then import the LDAP DB by doing a slapadd and
then an slapindex just to make sure it's all in place. Then change owner
and perms. Then restart the LDAP server and all is well again for a few
I highly suggest moving to 2.3, because it will take care of a number of
issues. However, you seem to have a lack of the basic concepts
necessary to run an LDAP server, so I also suggest you do a bit of reading.
I would like to move to 2.3, and have been watching it's development
for a while, as I did 2.1, and 2.2, but that did not put me off using them.
I have been running OpenLDAP for a long time, and believe myself enough
read to be able to mange my small setup, it's that the basic install of
a FC/RH system does seem to have a problem, and that is why I have ask
the people that use, if they have any ideas of what I might be doing
wrong. I have searched the net to see if anyone else might have had
similar problems, but it's seem I'm the only bloke that can corrupt his
LDAP DB without doing all his homework!?
I have found ways around this corruption, written a few scripts to
backup, restore and sync the LDAP DB with little effort at the moment,
but I don't believe that LDAP should just stop working for no reason I'm
able to find at the moment.
If it's is a miss configuration, please help me, to find it and fix it,
and document it so that nobody else runs into this problem.