--On Wednesday, January 16, 2008 11:12 AM +1100 Daniel Buttigieg
We are running the standard openldap-2.2.13 and Berkeley DB 4.2.52
packages on a RHEL 4 server.
The current OpenLDAP release is OpenLDAP 2.4.7. Your release is years out
of date and thousands of bug fixes behind.
Please note that the packages "provided" by redhat are not to be used for
running an OpenLDAP server. They are installed for the client libraries so
that other ldap aware utilities can use them. Using the RH provided
packages puts your data at extreme risk.
If you wish to use OpenLDAP on RHEL, I highly advise that you use the
packages provided by Symas (<http://www.symas.com
>) or by Buchan Milne
As a side note, 2.2.13 was a very early 2.2 release, and known to have many
problems fixed later in the 2.2 series. I also highly doubt that the
version of BDB 4.2.52 shipped with RH has the required BDB patches.
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