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The BDB/HDB backend is the main storage backend of slapd. It uses the Berkeley Sleepycat database to store the information.

The name back-bdb indicates that the backend is based on the Berkeley Data Base.

The name back-hdb indicates that the backend is a variant of back-bdb (which will eventually replace it), that adopts a Hierarchical structure of the internal data (FIXME: please detail).


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(Answer) How do I setup the BDB backend?
(Answer) How do I configure the BDB backend?
(Answer) What are the DB_CONFIG configuration directives?
(Answer) Why isn't all of this essential Sleepycat's BerkeleyDB documentation integrated directly into OpenLDAP's documentation?
(Answer) Ldap config and administrative

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