BDB despite apparent lack of BDB databases
Hagedorn at uni-koeln.de
Tue May 16 04:12:06 EDT 2017
--On 15. Mai 2017 um 20:16:56 +0000 "Boylan, Ross" <Ross.Boylan at ucsf.edu>
> I am upgrading an old cyrus 2.2 installation to 2.4. Using a chroot I
> converted all my old bdb databases to skiplist and copied the results to
> the system with cyrus 2.4. cyrus2.4 wouldn't not start, giving lots of
> bdb errors. I moved the db* directories out of the way, and now it
> complains some that they are missing, but may be running OK. 1) Is it OK?
> 2) Why am I getting BDB errors without using BDB databases?
> There have been a number of closely related threads:
> https://www.spinics.net/lists/info-cyrus/msg17821.html (never answered)
> https://www.spinics.net/lists/info-cyrus/msg17781.html (seemed to
> establish bdb was in use even though not configured to be used, but
> unresolved) https://www.spinics.net/lists/info-cyrus/msg17718.html
> (advised converting all the databases, but I think I've done that)
Have you modified your imapd.conf to indicate that the files are skiplist?
It's not enough to convert the files.
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