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Re: Internal (implementation specific) error (80) and cannot allocate memory
Hendrik van der Ploeg <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hello People,
> I'm importing a ldif file in a ldapserver which has 200 different
> databases on it. The max is 256 by the way.
> I import the ldif in every database only with a different DN per database
> of course.
> I can import the ldif file in about 30 databases and then the server gives
> the error message:
> "ldapadd: Internal (implementation specific) error (80)"
> And in de slapd.log:
> bdb_locker_id: err Cannot allocate memory(12)
> The ldif file consist of about 8000 lines.
> Is there some kind of maximum entries per database and can I expand the
> I just can't imagine that there is a maximum of 8000 * 30 = 240000
> Hope someone can help me.
I am not arguing on the rather strange setup but did you configure
BerkeleyDB properly? The default is 256 K.
Dieter KlÃnter | Systemberatung
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