Thanks for raising this issue. The crash can be reproduced and I opened https://github.com/389ds/389-ds-base/issues/5751
It is a side effect of a CL refactoring done in 2.x branch.
On 5/2/23 21:00, Juan Quintanilla wrote:
I recently installed 389-ds-base-libs-2.2.6-2.el8.
x86_64 and389-ds-base-2.2.6-2.el8.x86_64 on an ALma Linux 8 Server, but I'm encountering an issue with removing offline replicas from our existing 389 Ldap.
When the command below is executed on one of the suppliers:
dsconf INSTANCE_NAME repl-tasks cleanallruv --suffix "ou=sample,dc=test,dc=dom" --replica-id 20 --force-cleaning
The entry is removed from the ldap supplier, and when the change is sent to the secondary supplier it is also removed with no problem. The issue is when the change is sent to the consumer, the slapd process will instantly crash. When the consumer instance is brought back up the entry that needed to be removed is gone.
Has anyone encountered a similar issue with the consumers crashing during a cleanallruv request or cleanruv?
I also tried running a cleanruv task on each server, suppliers have no issue. When the command is run on the readonly consumers the slapd process crashes.
ldapmodify -x -D "cn=manager" -W <<EOF
2Cdc\3Dtest\2Cdc\3Ddom,cn= mapping tree,cn=config
There is no recorded error in the logs to indicate the reason for the crash.Thanks!
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