Diff for /tests/scripts/test000-rootdse between versions 1.2 and 1.29.2.2

version 1.2, 2000/09/10 17:38:21 version 1.29.2.2, 2007/08/31 23:14:09
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 #! /bin/sh  #! /bin/sh
 # $OpenLDAP$  # $OpenLDAP: pkg/ldap/tests/scripts/test000-rootdse,v 1.31 2007/01/02 19:01:19 kurt Exp $
   ## This work is part of OpenLDAP Software <http://www.openldap.org/>.
 if test $# -eq 0 ; then  ##
         SRCDIR="."  ## Copyright 1998-2007 The OpenLDAP Foundation.
 else  ## All rights reserved.
         SRCDIR=$1; shift  ##
 fi  ## Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
 if test $# -eq 1 ; then  ## modification, are permitted only as authorized by the OpenLDAP
         BACKEND=$1; shift  ## Public License.
 fi  ##
   ## A copy of this license is available in the file LICENSE in the
 echo "running defines.sh $SRCDIR $BACKEND"  ## top-level directory of the distribution or, alternatively, at
   ## <http://www.OpenLDAP.org/license.html>.
   
   echo "running defines.sh"
 . $SRCDIR/scripts/defines.sh  . $SRCDIR/scripts/defines.sh
   
 echo "Datadir is $DATADIR"  mkdir -p $TESTDIR $DBDIR1
   
 echo "Cleaning up in $DBDIR..."  echo "Starting slapd on TCP/IP port $PORT1..."
   . $CONFFILTER $BACKEND $MONITORDB < $SCHEMACONF > $CONF1
 rm -f $DBDIR/[!C]*  $SLAPD -f $CONF1 -h $URI1 -d $LVL $TIMING > $LOG1 2>&1 &
   
 echo "Starting slapd on TCP/IP port $PORT..."  
 $SLAPD -f $CONF -h $MASTERURI -d $LVL $TIMING > $MASTERLOG 2>&1 &  
 PID=$!  PID=$!
   if test $WAIT != 0 ; then
       echo PID $PID
       read foo
   fi
   KILLPIDS="$PID"
   
   sleep 1
   
 echo "Using ldapsearch to retrieve all the entries..."  echo "Using ldapsearch to retrieve the root DSE..."
 for i in 0 1 2 3 4 5; do  for i in 0 1 2 3 4 5; do
         $LDAPSEARCH -b "" -s base -h localhost:$PORT '+' > $SEARCHOUT 2>&1          $LDAPSEARCH -b "" -s base -h $LOCALHOST -p $PORT1 \
                   '@extensibleObject' > $SEARCHOUT 2>&1
         RC=$?          RC=$?
         if test $RC = 1 ; then          if test $RC = 0 ; then
                 echo "Waiting 5 seconds for slapd to start..."                  break
                 sleep 5  
         fi          fi
           echo "Waiting 5 seconds for slapd to start..."
           sleep 5
 done  done
   
 kill -HUP $PID  if test $RC = 0 ; then
           echo "Using ldapsearch to retrieve the cn=Subschema..."
           $LDAPSEARCH -b "cn=Subschema" -s base -h $LOCALHOST -p $PORT1 \
                   '(&(objectClasses=top)(objectClasses=2.5.6.0))' cn objectClass \
                   >> $SEARCHOUT  2>&1
           RC=$?
   
   fi
   
   count=2
   if test $RC = 0 ; then
           case $MONITORDB in yes | mod)
                   count=3
                   echo "Using ldapsearch to retrieve the cn=Monitor..."
                   $LDAPSEARCH -b "cn=Monitor" -s base -h $LOCALHOST -p $PORT1 \
                           '@monitor' >> $SEARCHOUT 2>&1
                   RC=$?
                   ;;
           esac
   fi
   
   test $KILLSERVERS != no && kill -HUP $KILLPIDS
   
 cat $SEARCHOUT  cat $SEARCHOUT
   
   
 if test $RC != 0 ; then  if test $RC != 0 ; then
         echo ">>>>> Test failed"          echo ">>>>> Test failed"
 else  else
         if grep PRNG $SEARCHOUT; then          RC=`grep '^dn:' $SEARCHOUT | wc -l`
             cat << EOF          if test $RC != $count ; then
                   echo ">>>>> Test failed: expected $count entries, got" $RC
 You need a pseudo random number generator, such as a /dev/urandom,                  RC=1
 /dev/urandom, or an entropy gathering daemon.  Alternatively, you  
 can use openssl to generate a $HOME/.rnd file.  
 See www.openssl.org for more details on how to do this.  
 EOF  
         RC=-1  
         else          else
             echo ">>>>> Test succeeded"                  echo ">>>>> Test succeeded"
                   RC=0
         fi          fi
 fi  fi
   
   test $KILLSERVERS != no && wait
   
 exit $RC  exit $RC

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