David Pruem wrote:
Im using the ldbm backend as was suggested for debian (I can't
from where I got this). I think it internally uses bdb 4.3
Great, two mistakes in one. Don't use back-ldbm. Don't use BDB 4.3.
I would rather stay with the version packaged with my distribution
there is no known issue with it.
There are many known issues with it.
I have no control over the master-server, but as far as i know it
uses an openldap 2.2.x.
Quanah Gibson-Mount schrieb:
> --On Friday, October 27, 2006 10:48 AM -0700 Quanah Gibson-Mount
> <quanah(a)stanford.edu> wrote:
>> --On Friday, October 27, 2006 7:17 PM +0200 David Pruem
>> <pruem(a)hdm-stuttgart.de> wrote:
>>> I'm running an openldap 2.2.23 replica on a debian 3.1 (sarge) system.
>>> Once in a while the index gets damaged and I have to use slapreindex to
>>> get authentication working again.
>>> The master server is running on fedora core (I don't know the version).
>>> Is there anything I can do about this problem?
>> Well, I've never seen that behavior, and your report is kind of vague on
>> the details. But I'd certainly recommend using a current version of
>> OpenLDAP (2.3.28 is the current release). Or at least use 2.2.30, which
>> was the final 2.2 release.
>> What version of BDB is your replica using? 4.2? 4.3?
> Howard reminded me to ask... What database backend are you using? LDBM?
-- Howard Chu
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