Hariharan R wrote:
Can any one configured Fedora Directory server7.1 (or any version) with
MySQL as backend?
There's no "pre-canned" back-sql. You will have
to write a considerable
amount of plug-in code in order to support this.
Is there is any documentation for dong it?
Can anyone pls advise me in this regard.I am in an urgent need of it.
Well let's see...
1. The LDBM/BDB thing is an OpenLDAP-ism. OpenLDAP created the 'BDB'
as the new transacted store, leaving the older LDBM code as it was.
FDS is not OpenLDAP. It forked from the UMich code in 1995. In FDS the
name of the files is still 'ldbm' but the functionality is roughly
similar to that of the 'BDB' backend in OpenLDAP (at least
as far as having ACID properties and using transactions in BekeleyDB
So you need do absolutely nothing to get 'BDB'.
2. There is no SQL back end for FDS at present. So to change to a MySQL
backend database you'd need to write code.
Fedora DS 7.1 by default supports LDBM database as a backend data store.
I want to change the backend database to BDB or MySQL.
How i can make the Fedora DS 7.1 to interface with BDB or MySQL database?
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