Rich Megginson wrote:
Ok, I see. I'm not sure if directory server auto-recovery is
with this sort of failure. You might be able to use the berkeley db
command line utilities to upgrade and/or recover your database files.
- you may have to figure out which version of bdb you are using, then
find the appropriate documentation - rpm -qi db4 or rpm -qi db4-utils.
You might try db2ldif to export your data, then re-import using
ldif2db, but that would force a replication re-init anyway.
I have rebuilt the
system and reinitialised the roots from the other
multi-master. The directory server looks as though it is working
properly and I can connect to the admin server from one of the other
machines that is running the older version of the code
(fedora-idm-console) but if I run the same command on the restored box
then it will not do anything just sits there having typed in the
command. How do I diagnose and fix this?