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Re: New OpenLDAP 2.1 preview

On Thu, Apr 03, 2003 at 10:32:15PM +0200, Josip Rodin wrote:
> > That's funny. LDBM is by default actually using Berkeley DB for storing
> > the data adding just another layer. 
> Is this new in OpenLDAP 2.1? If yes, will old ldbm databases be
> automatically upgraded to the better format, and why doesn't 'database ldbm'
> support the limits keyword unlike 'database bdb'?

OpenLDAP 2.0 already used Berkeley DB for implementing ldbm. So far ldbm
databases are not automatically upgraded. I am not sure if we should
strive to implement that anyway. 

Regarding the limits keyword - I don't know. Sorry, never tried to use
it anyway...



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