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Re: Openldap version 2.2.13 with db_recover
If you're not interesting in changing the shell script to do what you
want, try contacting red hat and see if they'll give you an updated
openldap 2.3 automagically recovers at startup.
On 2/20/06, mallapadi niranjan <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi list
> I have a system with Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 4 with kernel
> version 2.6.9-5.ELsmp. I have an openldap which is shipped with the Redhat
> hat linux
> RPM. the version of slapd is
> @(#) $OpenLDAP: slapd 2.2.13 (Aug 19 2004 21:22:15) $
> The rpm that are installed are
> i use ldap to store computer and user accounts (samba schema).
> Redhat provides startup script for starting , stopping , and restarting of
> but if the system reboots due to power failure, the ldap database goes to
> state. i have db_config file in /var/lib/ldap , by which i run db_recover
> manually and recover it.
> but can there be made any changes in startup script so that if the databse
> is in incosistent state ,
> the db_recove is run at system startup i mean when system starts the ldap
> specifically does openldap have a script that automatically runs