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Prakash Velayutham wrote:
Ighal Micha wrote:
It depends on the backend. For back-bdb/hdb, there is no problem. For
back-ldbm, slapd must be stopped.
No. Only if you are planning on migrating the database to a slave
server or something. Even in that case, you can temporarily run the
database as read-only and migrate it.
Hi everyone. I have a dummy doubt.
Is it necessary to stop the slapd daemon to execute the slapcat command?
Ighal J. Micha
Guys, correct me if I am wrong.
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