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- From: Flynn <flynnieboy at yahoo dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 8 Aug 2002 10:43:00 +0000 (UTC)
- Subject: OpenLDAP
- Newsgroups: gmane.os.cygwin
I'm facing two major big problems with a build of OpenLDAP I made recently.
I use this build as a Windows 2000 service using cygrunsrv.
In order to run it as a service, I need to specify "-d 0" as a slapd
parameter. The result is that after some commands, NT/2000 eventlog is
full. If I remove the parameter, the program fails to launch as a service.
Any way of avoiding to use that parameter ?
On my personal computer (Windows 2000 Pro), I can shutdown and restart the
OS, without any impact towards OpenLDAP.
But, on Windows 2000 Server (DC), anytime I shutdown and restart the
server, the OpenLDAP database seems to be corrupted. I'm unable to find the
RootDSE again, and slapindex fails with a "could not open database"
Does it come from the termsig I used for cygrunsrv (QUIT) ?
I really need help.
Thanks in advance, and please forgive my bad English.
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