On 05/28/2013 04:57 AM, Vincent Gerris wrote:
I encountered a similar issue.
I got it when creating an index with the vlvindex command, which was
apparently not correct.
Can you provide your vlv index configuration and the exact
The index creation failed with a segfault and after that I could not
start the server anymore.
Any time you get a crash, it will be most helpful to follow this:
So that we can get a stack trace and determine the cause
I was also unable to do deletion of the index, since ldap was not up.
You can edit dse.ldif directly in this case.
The error log showed also the rebuilding the database, with no
I also tried deleting the vlv named file I found somewhere, with no
vlv named file?
Finally because of time pressure I just started over (by removing
everything with remove-ds-admin.pl).
I did find some selinux entry : SELinux is preventing /bin/bash from
search access on the directory
This might have been a cause for the issue, but I am unsure.
Would be nice to know what generated this AVC. What platform and what
version of 389-ds-base?
I think this situation should somehow be fixable, but I had no clue how.
Now I am off doing a reinstall and a re-import.
Hope this helps anyone, if anyone knows what to do, please post :).
By now you are pretty far out in the weeds - not sure what state your
system is in.
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