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Re: Checking the database.....
Define "which database"? I mean, "lsof" is good...
BDB library version? Start up a slapd that's configured with a bdb/hdb
backend with -d trace.
What backends you're using? Search under cn=config.
As for using vendor supplied packages...generically, and this is much
bigger than OpenLDAP:
You should only use vendor supplied products if you are confident that the
vendor supplies products intending the use case that you envision.
Attempting to use products outside of their intended deployment, quite
often, results in significant amounts of pain for both vendor and
As a specific example, Red Hat's RHEL product does NOT intend the use case
of an OpenLDAP server, so that would be a bad match without additional
suppliers (either rolled yourself or through a commercial offering such as
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, Padmavathi Dt wrote:
Can anyone please tell me how to check which database is being used by our
Also please advice me whether we can use the openldap packages that come
along with O.S.
Because I have seen people advicing not to use openLDAP RPms that come
Waiting for help.....