--On Saturday, July 07, 2012 5:14 AM -0700 Howard Chu <hyc(a)symas.com> wrote:
Guillaume Rousse wrote:
>> Le 06/07/2012 16:45, Quanah Gibson-Mount a écrit :
>>>> Jul 6 09:49:44 ldap3 slapd: bdb_db_open: DB_CONFIG for suffix
>>>> "dc=esiee,dc=fr" has changed.
>>>> Jul 6 09:49:44 ldap3 slapd: Performing database recovery to
>>>> activate new settings.
>>>> Jul 6 09:49:45 ldap3 slapd: slapd starting
>>> That is exactly what you want to see. Slapd noticed that DB_CONFIG
>>> changed, so it is running database recovery to apply the new changes.
> I was convinced than DB_CONFIG settings could not get changed after the
> initial database creation.
> Did that change at some point ? Also, is it
> true for all settings, or only a subset of available ones ?
All settings can be changed; that has always been the case. In the past
you needed to manually run db_recover to make the changes take effect. In
2.4 back-bdb/hdb detects the change and does the recovery automatically.
This has been the case since OpenLDAP 2.3, IIRC ;)
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