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Re: OpenLDAP and MySQL

Thanks again! I'll check to see if there are any core dumps or not in a little bit. I do know that mysql isnt "supported" which is why I really appreciate everyone's help and comments when they come :) I really am grateful for the help; this is why I'm being verbose about it so that all the little steps I am doing are logged so that if someone else ever has a similar problem, hopefully this would be helpful to/for them as well.

Just as a quick bit of history, MySQL support is necessary because of our MTA. All the user accounts and related settings are currently being stored in this system for email auth. Currently, users have to maintain 2 passwords (fugly), and I'd like to centralize this. Unfortunately, to move the mail server to LDAP auth would be far more of a complicated project than testing out a MySQL auth'd back end. Maybe i'm trying to use the wrong tool for the job, but this is the approach I was looking to use (MySQL for back end to keep mail services uninterrupted, yet passwords synced).

Thanks again!

Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
I've re-enabled my SQL test setup, and I cannot confirm your issue. HEAD
and re23 code works just fine even under valgrind, no issue is reported
even when the concurrency level is increased and the runs are prolonged
(apart from the inevitable memory leaks in ODBC...).  So it might be
something in your setup.  I'm using mysql 4.1.12 and unixODBC 2.2.11
from CentOS's stock packages for amd64.


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