On 14-Sep-07, at 12:18 PM, Howard Chu wrote:
Jason Lixfeld wrote:
> On 14-Sep-07, at 6:44 AM, Howard Chu wrote:
>> Jason Lixfeld wrote:
>>> Anyone know what caused this, or how to fix? Google hasn't
>>> told me anything I can understand about this error.
>>> => bdb_last_id: get failed: DB_BUFFER_SMALL: User memory too
>>> small for return value (-30999)
>>> bdb_db_open: last_id(/var/db/openldap-data/ario) failed:
>>> DB_BUFFER_SMALL: User memory too small for return value (-30999)
>> This should never happen. Seems the only way it could is if you
>> installed a new software version on top of an older database.
>> Naturally, you are never supposed to do that...
> I've been using 2.3/4.4 for as long as I can remember. Updating
> via FreeBSD portupgrade which shouldn't bump major versions.
> More importantly, how to fix? slapcat ; rm ; slapadd ? Or is
> there a less destructive way?
slapcat will fail the same way here. Whatever you last did to
change either the software or the DB, you'll have to undo yourself
or simply start over. This error indicates that an item being
requested from the DB is larger than expected. Since the item in
question is a fixed size, as I said before, this should never happen.
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.
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.
>>> FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE-p3
-- 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/