I fixed the problem but the solution makes me concerned that this version of 389 server is
not going to work for me. In short, I found that deleting a particular entry on both
servers brought them back to life. This actually makes sense because they both died at
exactly the same time, so I'm guessing this entry was updated on one, got replicated
to the other and then they both crashed. At the time of this crash, what is typically
happening to this entry is a lot of individual attribute value adds and deletes coming
from multiple machines and processes.
I've never seen anything bad happen on version 1.2 servers and, in fact, I had two 1.2
servers replicating with these 1.3.6 servers and both of them stayed up.
So, what do I do now? CentOS won't let me go backwards. Should I go forward and use