Josh Kelley wrote:
I'm afraid that I may have messed up our FDS installation and
greatly appreciate advice on how to fix things.
We have two Fedora Directory Servers, urim and thummim, set up to
replicate changes to each other. Following a combination of hardware
failure and administrator error (i.e., I thought that the server was
hung and killed it, possibly while it was in the middle of recovery),
the database got corrupted on urim, and it refused to start, giving
the following errors in its log file:
[27/Mar/2007:17:10:18 -0400] - libdb: Ignoring log file:
/opt/fedora-ds/slapd-urim/db/log.0000000164: magic number 0, not 40988
[27/Mar/2007:17:10:20 -0400] - libdb: Invalid log file:
log.0000000164: Invalid argument
[27/Mar/2007:17:10:20 -0400] - libdb: PANIC: Invalid argument
[27/Mar/2007:17:10:20 -0400] - libdb: PANIC: DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal
error, run database recovery
[27/Mar/2007:17:10:20 -0400] - Opening database environment
(/opt/fedora-ds/slapd-urim/db) failed. err=-30978: DB_RUNRECOVERY:
Fatal error, run database recovery
[27/Mar/2007:17:10:20 -0400] - start: Failed to init database,
err=-30978 DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recovery
So then I moved the invalid log file out of the way and successfully
started FDS. Since urim was now out of date and had some database
inconsistencies, I opened the administrative console on thummim,
selected the replication agreement to urim, and told it to
(re)initialize the consumer.
Everything appears to be correct now; however, in the error logs on
urim, I got the following warning/error:
[27/Mar/2007:17:23:43 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
replica_reload_ruv: Warning: new data for replica dc=local does not
match the data in the changelog.
Recreating the changelog file. This could affect replication with
replica's consumers in which case the consumers should be
Does this mean that I now need to reinitialize thummim as well? Or is
this warning the result of urim's changelog forcibly being sync'ed
with thummim, and everything's okay now?
The latter, I think. I think you
should be ok now.
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