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Re: How to detect a corrupt database?
--On August 5, 2009 3:44:52 PM +0100 Buchan Milne
On Wednesday, 5 August 2009 12:40:31 Jordi Espasa Clofent wrote:
> If your disks are working and haven't run out of space, database
> corruption pretty much never happens. You probably should describe the
> situation that leads you to believe there was a corruption. You should
> also list the versions of software in use.
I've three OpenLDAP (one provider, two consumers) as central account
server (implementing also sudo overlay).
xen-ldap01:/# dpkg -l | grep slapd && uname -a && cat /etc/debian_version
ii slapd 2.4.11-1 OpenLDAP
Linux xen-ldap01 2.6.18-6-xen-amd64 #1 SMP Wed Oct 15 11:49:51 UTC 2008
Is BDB supposed to work under Debian Xen ?
It can, depending on the flags used to build it. Since we don't know how
BDB was built for this system, it's definitely a fair question.
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