svn commit: samba r22202 - in
jra at samba.org
Fri Apr 13 04:25:31 GMT 2007
On Fri, Apr 13, 2007 at 01:41:39PM +1000, tridge at samba.org wrote:
> Did you really see problems like this with any tdb file? If so, can
> you please send me the tdb file?
No, no winbindd access will produce such a tdb file.
> tdb should be doing range checking on all offsets from the db. If it
> isn't, then we have a bug and should fix it. The range checking code
> is what triggers the tdb to grow automatically when needed, so it
> needs to be right even for non-corrupt databases.
I know - I did work on this code remember :-).
The issue some (real) customers are seeing is with laptops
(mainly I believe) going down hard - no shutdown. In that
case without the equivalent of an msync it's easy to get
a corrupted tdb state. Probably the real solution is to go
to a transactional tdb for this cache file, but I started
this code before transactional tdb existed and Volker
did ask me to finish it. I'd imagine the speed isn't
an issue but we should check.
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