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Re: [Fedora-directory-users] MMR broken, reinitialization erases db Richard Megginson Thu Mar 22 12:08:50 2007

Chris St. Pierre wrote:
Sometime earlier this week (still trying to determine when), the
multi-master replication on one of our databases broke.  I tried to
reinitialize it between a few of the hosts, and I got a bunch of
errors:

[22/Mar/2007:09:27:39 -0500] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
multimaster_be_state_change: replica o=isp is going offline; disabling
replication
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:41 -0500] - WARNING: Import is running with
nsslapd-db-private-import-mem on; No other process is allowed to
access the database
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:45 -0500] - ERROR bulk import abandoned
???? You might try enabling the replication log level to see what is going on here.
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:45 -0500] - import userRoot: Aborting all import
threads...
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:53 -0500] - import userRoot: Import threads
aborted.
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:53 -0500] - import userRoot: Closing files...
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:56 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/owner.db4: unable to
flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:56 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/mail.db4: unable to
flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:56 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/modifytimestamp.db4:
unable to flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:56 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/telephoneNumber.db4:
unable to flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:56 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/nsUniqueId.db4: unable
to flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:56 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/objectclass.db4: unable
to flush:No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:56 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/ou.db4: unable to
flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:56 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/icsCalendar.db4: unable
to flush:No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:56 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/sambaSID.db4: unable to
flush: Nosuch file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:56 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/givenName.db4: unable
to flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/gidnumber.db4: unable
to flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/createtimestamp.db4:
unable to flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/cn.db4: unable to
flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/sn.db4: unable to
flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/uid.db4: unable to
flush: No suchfile or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/uidNumber.db4: unable
to flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/aci.db4: unable to
flush: No suchfile or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/uniquemember.db4:
unable to flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/parentid.db4: unable to
flush: Nosuch file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/entrydn.db4: unable to
flush: No such file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - libdb: userRoot/id2entry.db4: unable to
flush: Nosuch file or directory
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - import userRoot: Import failed.
[22/Mar/2007:09:27:57 -0500] - process_bulk_import_op: NULL backend

This erased the database, and I was left with no data.  Subsequently,
I've restarted FDS, restored from backup using bak2db.pl, and it still
doesn't work.

Any ideas?

Chris St. Pierre
Unix Systems Administrator
Nebraska Wesleyan University
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