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"threads" directive OpenLDAP 2.0.* & 2.1.*
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- Subject: "threads" directive OpenLDAP 2.0.* & 2.1.*
- From: "Edan Shavit" <Edan.S@puresight.com>
- Date: Sun, 6 Nov 2005 16:08:22 +0200
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- Thread-topic: "threads" directive OpenLDAP 2.0.* & 2.1.*
We have been using OpenLDAP 2.0.* on Linux for some time now. Recently
we decided to move to the new OpenLDAP 2.1.*.
We experience some difficulties with the configuration we were using in
OpenLDAP 2.0.*. The problems start in the installation process, and the
installation process failed.
This is the add lines to slapd.conf we ware using up to OpenLDAP 2.0.*:
index objectClass eq
index cn,entryPath,notificationStamp eq
After some trials and a lot of errors, we found out that if we remove
the "threads" directive we can install our product on OpenLDAP 2.1.*.
My Questions are:
1) Is there a reason for using the "threads" directive in OpenLDAP
2) Is there a correct value of the "threads" directive that can be
use for both versions?
3) If there is non, what is the generic way to know the OpenLDAP
when I install my product.