openldap-2.4.16, db-4.5.20 and gdbm-1.8.3
e44bpws at gmail.com
Mon Sep 21 22:02:53 PDT 2009
Guy, William, I do apologise for this misunderstanding. Following the
posts of July, I was under the impression (wrongly) that is desirable
to keep db-4.5.20 for the time being. I tried db-4.7.25 with many
OpenLDAP releases. The combination that worked the best seemed to be
db-4.7.25 and OpenLDAP-2.4.18 as follows:
- four official patches should be applied to db (or the fix all patch
of lfs6.4) and then --enable-rpc is added to configure.
- --disable-ndb is used for the configure of OpenLDAP.
OpenLDAP-2.4.18 compiles without any env parameters. It should be
noted that repeated installing of OpenLDAP required manual removal of
certain directories before new build.
Both are working fine on my system. If this approach is acceptable,
then I can proceed with any tests suggested.
On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 1:21 AM, William Immendorf
<will.immendorf at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 2:55 PM, Guy Dalziel
> <krendoshazin at dementedfury.org> wrote:
>> Sami, we currently have Berkeley DB 4.7.25 and OpenLDAP 2.4.12 in the
>> ticket system for upgrades. Recent reports would suggest that this
>> combination works, and I would suggest to try that version of BDB with
>> OpenLDAP 2.4.16. Hopefully the current instructions should work for them
>> but we will get around to upgrading them soon. We will likely use 2.4.16
>> as that is the latest stable, and unless there are any serious issues
>> with it then there's no reason to not put it in.
> There is 4.8.24, but OpenLDAP (any version) doesn't work with that
> version. A new version is comming soon. But anyway, I only build the
> libarys, not the server.
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