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Re: Segmentation Fault
<quote who="Quanah Gibson-Mount">
> --On Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:45 PM +0100 Eric MSP Veith
> <email@example.com> wrote:
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>> Did you check your machine's RAM, e.g. with memtest86?
>> Am Donnerstag, 22. Februar 2007 13:59:25 schrieb Wolfgang Hennerbichler:
>>> Hi LDAP Folks,
>>> I do have a weird problem, I didn't have before. slapd version
>>> 2.3.30-2 (debian etch).
>>> If I alter any entry in the ldap database, the entry is stored. As
>>> soon as I read from the slapd again, it shows (in debug mode) the
>>> following message VERY often:
>>> slap_global_control: unavailable control: 2.16.840.1.1137188.8.131.52
>>> ==> limits_get: conn=0 op=22 dn="cn=admin,dc=bla,dc=bla"
>>> And finally, after watching lines scroll by, says good by with an:
>>> Segmentation fault
> You are probably running into the very nasty problem that Debian decided
> link its OpenLDAP 2.1 libraries against GnuTLS using their own custom,
> badly hacked patch. This causes a ton of problems when anything LDAP-wise
> tries to use SSL/TLS, even if it is one of their later packages, because
> the 2.1 libraries (and in the case, the 2.3 libraries) end up in the same
> user space, causing conflicts between GnuTLS and OpenSSL, which leads to
> the behavior you are seeing.
> Bottom line: Don't use Debian's LDAP packages if you want to use Debian.
> Try building the packages into /usr/local, so that the libraries in
> /usr/lib do not get loaded.
Does anyone have Debian contacts to inform them of this, or are they fully
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