Please don't attach massive files to your e-mails. Link to them somewhere.
Ok, sorry for the inconvenience.

Is this a fresh 2.4.7 install or an upgrade?
This happens in fresh 2.4.7 install.
Any help is appreciated.



Gavin Henry <ghenry@suretecsystems.com> wrote:
Savithri wrote:
>
> Hi,
> Iím using OpenLDAP 2.4.7 and using the mirrormode and syncrepl.
> My setup has 2 LDAP nodes, one as master and other as slave through a VIP.
> When the master goes down, the slave will become master and vice-versa.
> At any point to keep both the LDAP in sync I'm using mirror mode and
> syncrepl.
>
> When one node , say A is up (that is the active node) and the other node
> B is down, I delete some LDAP entry from node A. THen when i start node
> B, the slapd on node B crashes and i see a core file also.
> I have attached the logs (node_A_ldap.out and node_B_ldap.out ) files.
>
> Iím using the following conf file.
>
> database bdb
> directory $MMAIL_VAR_DIR/ldap/ipu-mail-ldap
> suffix "o=mereonmail"
> rootdn "cn=admin,o=mereonmail"
> rootpw secret
> index objectClass,entryCSN,entryUUID pres,eq
> index mail,cn eq,sub
>
> overlay syncprov
> syncprov-checkpoint 100 10
> syncprov-sessionlog 100
>
> syncrepl rid=1
> provider=ldap://${MMAIL_LDAP_PEER_HOSTNAME}:$MMAIL_LDAP_PORT
> bindmethod=simple
> binddn="cn=admin,o=mereonmail"
> credentials=ipunity
> filter="(objectClass=*)"
> searchbase="o=mereonmail"
> schemachecking=on
> type=refreshAndPersist
> interval=00:00:00:01
> retry="60 +"
>
> mirrormode on
> serverID $NODE_ID
>
> PS: rid= 1 in both node A and node B.
> provider points to the other peer node.
> serverId= 1 on Node A and serverId= 2 on Node B
>
> Is this is know bug in OpenLDAP2.4.7??
> Thanks in advance for your help.
> Savithri

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Is this a fresh 2.4.7 install or an upgrade?


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