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Re: Index for objectclass does not work...
--On Monday, January 03, 2011 9:22 PM +0100 Steeg Carson
I also used strace to catch the problem, but i did not find where the
slapd write to disk. It seems, it comes via set up the futex write
locks? I'm not a kernel programmer and the code from openldap is hard
to read. But strace I use for several years to find errors, it was
also the first choice for me, to find the error. It is not a normal
file that will be written...
The DB is always read off disk into the BDB backing cache the very first
time slapd is run (assuming back-bdb or back-hdb are your backends). I
don't see any bug/issue here.
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