Friday, March 25, 2016

[389-users] Re: 389 directory server console crash and core dump

try with java-1.7.0-openjdk
I think it should be java-1.7.0-openjdk-
and to switch the JRE, use the command
alternatives --config java
quit and restart the Java DS console.

On 03/25/2016 01:52 PM, xinhuan zheng wrote:
> Today I installed the 389 Directory Server and Directory Console. However, the console keeps crashing and dumping core. However, it failed to write core dump, leaving a log file into root directory.
> The first time when it dumps core:
> 1. Launch the 389-console
> 2. Login
> 3. Select Directory Server Instance, in my case, its userauth1, open it
> 4. Choose Configuration Tab, expand data
> 5. Right click on it, choose New Suffix
> 6. Type in New Suffix name: dc=test2,dc=com
> 7. Type in Database name: test2
> 8. Click OK.
> Then it dumps core. I re-launch the console, but I cannot find the newly added suffix.
> So I decide to add it again, but the console spit out error that "suffix already exists". Console does not display the newly added suffix, however, it thinks it does exist.
> I repeated adding another new suffix with a different name. It works without core dump.
> I repeated adding/deleting new suffix a few more times. It appears core dump happens either when adding or deleting root suffix, randomly.
> I need help to figure out
> 1) How do I delete the root suffix that cannot be displayed by the console?
> 2) How do I make console stable.
> The java package, java-1.6.0-openjdk-, is installed and used on my CentOS 6.7 x86_64 machine.
> Thanks,
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