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Re: [email@example.com: [sleepycat-ann] Two new patches for Berkeley DB 4.4.20]
Thanks for passing that on. OpenLDAP does not use the Queue access
method nor does it use named transactions, so these patches have no
This may be of interest to openldap users.
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From: Dave Segleau <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 7 Feb 2006 17:31:46 -0800
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Subject: [sleepycat-ann] Two new patches for Berkeley DB 4.4.20
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Two new patches are now available for Berkeley DB 4.4.20.
The patches contain fixes to the following:
* A bug that could cause a trap during recovery if multiple
operations that could remove the same QUEUE extent were
* A bug that could cause traps or hangs if the DB_TXN->set_name
function is used in a multithreaded application. [#14033]
Source code patch files are available for download.
Instructions about patching a release are located at:
If you need performance tuning, architectural design or review,
porting or implementation, our expert consultants are available.
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