On Sat, 2006-10-28 at 11:42 -0700, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
--On Saturday, October 28, 2006 7:47 PM +0200 Mohamed AR
> I'm using BDB
> I need to know is this problem related to openldap or bdb
> and what cause of this problem
> I restored my data from backup and now it's working
If you wish continued help, please keep replies to the list.
Frankly, you supplied no information that helps one determine the cause of
the problem. I understand you are using sleepycat BDB as your database
software. Which OpenLDAP database backend are you using? See the
"database XXX" part of slapd.conf. It would be one of ldbm, bdb, or hdb.
In any case, you are using ancient versions of the OpenLDAP software, with
many known (and since fixed) bugs. 2.2.13 had many serious problems,
including security holes. You really should be upgrade to at least 2.2.30.
- red hat based system (RHEL 4.x - CentOS 4.x)
- data by default is located /var/lib/ldap
- data by default is bdb
/sbin/service ldap stop
Then you should be able to slapcat