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Re: slapcat kills slapadd
Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
--On November 18, 2009 1:35:42 PM +0100 Peter Mogensen <email@example.com>
I know this is probably a "don't do that", but I was somewhat surprised
by the outcome.
Don't do that. :) Remember, for example, that slapadd -q is doing a
very minimal protected BDB environment which fully expects nothing else
to be touching it. You can use db_stat commands to query the progress
of the load.
Knowing that I would have expected slapcat to fail/crash.
But I wouldn't expect slapadd to crash to - being the first to open the
If any slapadd can be crashed by any user/shell executing slapcat (with
write perms to the dir), then it can be difficult to protect an long
running (hours) slapadd from being crashed by accident.