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Re: Excess log.* Files
- To: Tim Gustafson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: Excess log.* Files
- From: Quanah Gibson-Mount <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 05 Jan 2009 10:18:00 -0800
- Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
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--On Monday, January 05, 2009 10:13 AM -0800 Tim Gustafson
Next question -- What version of OpenLDAP are you running?
I know it's an older version. This box will be replaced with a newer
version (slapd 2.3.27) in a few months, but it's slow going to move over
a network like ours to a new LDAP infrastructure.
Please keep replies on the list.
I would note that OpenLDAP 2.3.27 is *also* an ancient release. It appears
you are making the common mistake of using vendor supplied builds (I.e.,
RHEL or CentOS). Don't do this, it's sure suicide.
What version of BDB your OpenLDAP is linked to would also be useful. In
any case, checkpointing certainly works for me with later OpenLDAP 2.3
releases, but I know it was broken in OL 2.2, and it may have been in the
early 2.3 releases.
If you can't build and maintain OpenLDAP yourself, I highly advise either
contracting with Symas for their builds that come with support
(http://www.symas.com), or using the builds from Buchan Milne
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