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How do I recover a Berkeley DB (included in a Sun Grid Engine installation)?

I'm on CentOS 5. [root@newjanux spooldb]# uname -a Linux newjanux 2.6.18-164.el5 #1 SMP Thu Sep 3 03:28:30 EDT 2009 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux and SGE 6.2u2 I already have copies of the ...
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How Do I Invoke Berkeley Database 1.85 Compatibility Mode Under CentOS 5?

I have been trying to work with databases that were created under Berkeley Database 1.85 so that I can convert them to MySQL. I believe the files are Berkeley DB 1.85 under CentOS 5 for the following ...
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Is there a work-around for “File size limit exceeded” errors when using db_dump185

Has anyone ever attempted to upgrade an old Berkeley database that must be dumped via db_dump185? When I try to dump a database containing comments from a website, as follows: $ bash-3.2$ db_dump185 ...
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LDAP Berkeley DB

I'm trying to configure slapd on my machine and I keep getting this error. I can recover at times using db7.7_recover but not always. I see this problem if the slapd deamon is killed for any reason. ...
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How to know which berkley db openldap is refering to?

I have two berkeley dbs installed on the RHEL 5.3. Now, I am confused that which one openldap is referring as its backend. Following is the slapd.conf: include ...
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How to read a Berkeley DB log file for slapd?

I am running OpenLDAP's slapd on Fedora 14, and I see that in the directory for the database, there is a log.0000000001 file. I would like to be able to read this file, as I am interested in recent ...
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How to clean up the MemcacheQ db files?

My MemcacheQ is started with: memcacheq -d -r -H /db/baamboo -N -R -L 2048 -T 300 -l 192.168.6.29 -p 22211 -u memcacheq -t 8 -m 512 -P /var/run/baamboo.pid -v It's eating the hard disk space. Found ...