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Re: replogfile file size limit - truncating replogfile

--On Thursday, November 17, 2005 11:31 AM -0600 Kieran Murphy <kmurphy@herzumsoftware.com> wrote:

I am using slurpd for master-slave replication, using OpenLDAP 2.2.26 on
twoFedora Core 3 hosts.  I have been able to configure both the master
and slave slapd and verify that replication is working.

The problem I am having is that after running a few minutes, my slurpd
debug output reports "File size limit exceeded" and both slurpd and
master slapd crash.  The slurpd replogfile seems to be just growing

How can I control this?  I see in the documentation that the file needs
to be truncated periodically, but is there some configuration option to
do this?

Hi Kieran,

Have you set the slapd replog file and the slurpd replog file to the same location? This will cause serious problems, as they are designed to be located in different spots. The "replogfile" directive tells slapd where to write its replication output. The "-t" option to slurpd tells it where to create its own location for tracking replication pieces, and cannot be the same location as the "replogfile" directive to slapd.


Quanah Gibson-Mount
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ITSS/Shared Services
Stanford University
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