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Re: DDS object does not expire?

No hint for that problem? If I edit the expired object,
entryExpireTimestamp is set to the current time, but the object is still

Emmanuel Dreyfus <manu@netbsd.org> wrote:

> Hello
> I am trying out slapo-dds. I haver this in slapd.conf:
> overlay dds     
> dds-state       TRUE
> dds-max-ttl     1d
> dds-min-ttl     10s
> dds-default-ttl 1h
> dds-interval    120s    
> dds-tolerance   5s
> Then I created an entry with this:
> objectClass: dynamicObject
> I had this automatically generated.
> entryTtl: 3600
> entryExpireTimestamp: 20081029215410Z
> But now this entry should be expired, and it is still in the tree. What
> is wrong? Did I misunderstood the documentation, shoudln't it vanish
> now?

Emmanuel Dreyfus