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Re: Corrupt LDAP DB ...
On Thu, 2005-10-27 at 19:04 +0200, Buchan Milne wrote:
> On Thursday 27 October 2005 18:23, C.Lee Taylor wrote:
> > Greetings ...
> > 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
> > > I've seen.
> > Well, can't have everything for free and expect it to be perfect, where
> > would the fun be in that ...
> Whether you pay RedHat or not, you still get bad OpenLDAP packages.
> Other distros have better packages for free (or for pay).
RHEL 4 comes with a patched up 2.2.13 and it has worked well enough for
me where I've used it so far. On RHEL 3 systems, I definitely have
manually installed the latest 2.2.x version of ldap from source. It's
not that it's so much work, it's sometimes just not worth it for a small
place / light duty.
You are really tough on Red Hat - perhaps somewhat deserved, perhaps
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