Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
--On Wednesday, February 01, 2012 5:45 PM +0100 Michael Ströder
> on one platform on various servers I see strange entries in back-monitor
> (see below). It's an installation of RE24 committ-id
> 22ee28752e3e0d2a6910a22922fc69befd78578a self-compiled on RHEL 6.2 x86_64
> linked to BDB, SASL and OpenSSL shipped with RHEL.
> We have two custom overlays in this setup but disabling them did not make
> this monitor entries disappear.
> On my local test system on openSUSE 11.4 x86_64 I don't see this.
> Any idea under which condition such monitor entries can appear and where
> to look in my configuration?
IIRC, Connection "0" is a special internal slapd connection, but I don't
recall for what. ;)
While searching for other problems these entries caught my attention. And I'm
wondering why I see this only on a certain OS platform. So knowing what it's
for would be good to narrow down the cause.
If it is showing up twice for search results, then that
would be a bug, but I can't quite tell what exactly it is you're reporting.
Yes, returning two entries with the same DN violates the data model. That's
the issue. Or maybe Connection 0 should never appear at all?
But before writing an ITS I'd like to narrow down things to be able to
reproduce the issue in a minimal test configuration.