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Re: Migrating openldap db backend from ibdm to bdb
--On Monday, February 26, 2007 4:55 PM +0100 Tony Earnshaw
Asrai khn wrote, on 26. feb 2007 10:51:
Thanks, soon we are upgrading this machine to FC6 which come with verion
2.3.27-4 of openldap. The current version of openldap on FC5 is 2.3.19-4
"Running 'db_recover' solved this problem, now slapd stopping/starting
working fine without any warning or errors."
You should not need to run: "Running 'db_recover' solved this problem,
now slapd stopping/starting working fine without any warning or errors"
with *any* 2.3 version. With OpenLDAP 2.3 db_recover is automatic.
Either you or not running any OpenLDAP 2.3 version, or your vendor is
Using vendor packages to run an OpenLDAP server is nearly always a bad idea
(Mandriva's a definite exception). There is almost nothing that motivates
the vendor to use current releases, or backport stability fixes. There are
known problems with the connection code in OL 2.3.27, for example, that
were fixed in OpenLDAP 2.3.32. In general, use vendor packages at extreme
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