--On Thursday, April 15, 2021 12:05 AM +0000 Leonardo Lopes
> First, upgrade to a current release. 2.4.47 is not safe to use with
I think I'll make do without replication by now, as for me it is almost
mandatory to stick to the official Debian packages.
I'd strongly recommend revising your "mandatory" policy. Running such an
old release is an exceptionally bad idea, replication aside.
> You failed to set a maxsize on the accesslog database, so
it's using the
> default of 10MB. You need to increase its size, as it's clearly running
> out of space.
That seems weird as I get no configuration error. slaptest -d config does
not complain nor slapd in logs, but I'll double check.
Why would slaptest complain? I clearly stated it's using the default size,
so clearly it has a configured value. This is explicitly documented in the
slapd-mdb(5) man page.
The default value is also clearly too small for your usage.
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