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DB_CONFIG - Auto remove logs
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- Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2011 14:48:02 -0700
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This may have been discussed, but i can not seem to find out why the
transaction logs are not getting removed when I use DB_LOG_AUTOREMOVE in
DB_CONFIG. This is on a Redhat 5 openldap 2.3 server.
DB_CONFIG has the following:
Doing slapd_db_archive shows about 134 unused files.
I then did the following (is this the correct procedure to use when
> serivice ldap stop
> Edited DB_CONFIG
> service ldap start
The files are still there. I also manually did a checkpoint with
"slapd_db_checkpoint -1" and verified the transaction log time changed.
Reran "slapd_db_archive" and it outputs the same files. I read that
earlier versions required a patch for this to work, but I was not sure
about this one. I'm unclear on when the removal is suppose to take
place, but it doesn't seem to be working.