On 14-Sep-07, at 7:41 PM, Howard Chu wrote:
Jason Lixfeld wrote:
> On 14-Sep-07, at 12:18 PM, Howard Chu wrote:
>> Another possibility is that you created the DB on a 64-bit
>> machine and are now trying to read it with 32-bit code, since
>> that would also affect the size of the item in question.
> That's exactly what happened - my master is on amd64, slave is on
> i386. I had slurpd running, but couldn't figure out if the
> databases were sync'd. The servers hadn't been talking in
> awhile, so I figured the easiest thing to do was to sync up the
> databases again manually, then fire up slurpd.
You are never supposed to copy the raw database files around.
slapcat/slapadd are the only documented means for backing up/
Right. I missed the note in the Administrators Guide about the gains
of using LDIF.
> My plan of attack will just be to slapcat the master and slapadd
> it on the slave, then fire up slurpd. The slave is the one
> that's showing the error - the master is fine.
You should switch to using syncrepl.
Good to know, thank you.
-- Howard Chu
Chief Architect, Symas Corp. http://www.symas.com
Director, Highland Sun http://highlandsun.com/hyc/
Chief Architect, OpenLDAP http://www.openldap.org/project/