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htdbm and mod_authn_dbm fail when migrating between apache 2.2 servers

I'm migrating an existing website from Apache 2.2.4 on Gentoo 32-bit to Apache 2.2.27 on CentOS 64-bit. This particular site uses DBM for authentication with encrypted passwords. On the old system ...
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Berkelay DB + Openldap : Program version doesn't match environment version

When I run : #slaptest it says "config file testing succeeded" If I run #slapd -f slapd.conf -d 256 I got: buildd@lamiak:/build/buildd/openldap-2.4.31/debian/build/servers/slapd ...
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DbLoad utility for Berkeley DB following recovery DbDump

There is only one database involved. Berkeley v4.1.17. We ran into the "log file missing" error when trying to open the db, LOG_FILE_NOT_FOUND: Log file missing, log is likely invalid. ...
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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 ...