Thanks for the reply and I have installed 2.4.39 with dpkg packages. But no
luck for the same.Sorry if i am too disturbing ? There is no user friendly
On Thu, May 29, 2014 at 9:33 PM, Ryan Tandy <ryan(a)nardis.ca> wrote:
On Thu, May 29, 2014 at 4:31 AM, Varadharajan S <rajanvaradhu(a)gmail.com>
> Also, even if i try to reconfigure through #dpkg-reconfigure slapd
> ask while in the database selection ? It's having option to select bdb or
> hdb only.
The Debian package (upon which Ubuntu's is based) hasn't had mdb added
to the configuration system yet, but the module is installed and can
However, If you simply installed Ubuntu 14.04 and ran "apt-get install
slapd", you probably don't have 2.4.39, but actually 2.4.31 plus some
patches. Confirm that using "dpkg-query --list slapd" or "apt-cache
policy slapd". That version lacks fixes for some known mdb bugs (e.g.
Debian bug #722090), so if you want to use mdb you should upgrade to a
later version, either building from source yourself, or using the deb
packages provided by ltb-project.org
or by Symas.