slapd crash the HP proliant DL360 at 8.0
f.bonnet at esiee.fr
Mon Jun 28 12:11:18 UTC 2010
On 06/28/2010 01:47 PM, Matthew Seaman wrote:
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> On 28/06/2010 12:23:36, Erik Nørgaard wrote:
>> On 28/giu/2010, at 11:56, Frank Bonnet<f.bonnet at esiee.fr> wrote:
>>> Argh !!!
>>> I upgraded slapd to 2.4.22 and it does not start anymore !!!
>>> some symbol cannot be found anymore
>>> I had to revert to 2.3.4x to have a working slapd !!!
>>> What's wrong with 2.4.22 folks ?
>> I don't think there's anything wrong except with your upgrading. Openldap uses Berkeley DB as backend and upgrading your ldap you may also have upgraded to a different bdb.
> As I recall, slapd frequently won't read the BDB data files from a
> different minor version (eg 2.3 -> 2.4). Basically you should dump your
> LDAP directory using slapcat, move aside your old /var/db/openldap and
> create a new one, upgrade slapd, use slapadd to reload your data, then
> restart slapd.
Yes of course I always did this
> As a matter of course when updating slapd, always use slapcat to grab a
> copy of the directory before starting. You can't always tell if the
> update will require you to reload the data, so it's wise to always be
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