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Re: Can't start ldap or can't create ldap database.
Chris Jacobs <Chris.Jacobs@apollogrp.edu> writes:
R> It's merely reminding you that you might want one have one. Put a blank file in your BDB directory with that name.
> It's purely a BDB thing - nothing to do with OpenLDAP.
> There are article 'out there' on what might go in the file, but in many cases you don't need to tune anything - seriously.
> Caveat: I'm no expert.
If you are happy with 256 Kb cache size you don't any settings, as
this is the BerkeleyDB default setting. But most people do have more
than an few entries in the database.
Dieter Klünter | Systemberatung
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