Run slapadd as the same user that slapd runs as. This is no
running slapadd without shared memory segments, where you will have the same
issue with the created BDB caching files (i.e., same results whether it is
in memory or on disk).
Thanks, yes you are right. This issue I've never seen on my server,
because SuSE automatically makes
automaticly (via start script) a chown in the different backend
database directorys ...