On 05/29/2016 05:33 PM, Ken Bass wrote:
> Today I tried my very first ipa-backup attempt. The command reported 'The
> ipa-backup command was successful'
> YET I saw:
> /usr/sbin/db2ldif: line 157: 22567 Segmentation fault /usr/sbin/ns-slapd
> db2ldif -D /etc/dirsrv/slapd-DOMAIN-NET -n userRoot -a "/var/l
> ib/dirsrv/slapd-DOMAIN-NET/ldif/DOMAIN-NET-userRoot.ldif" -r
> I am running Centos 7.2. After googling, I did find -
> How am I supposed to backup this box? I want to run the backup-script nightly
> to generate the tarball so I can use another script to backup it up along with
> other stuff. It is a small system with no replication.
> As a Centos 7.2 user am I just out of luck since it appears the various bugs I
> am encountering with this software are not being fixed except in newer
> of freeipa and sssd which are not available
> via the standard repos?
I am sorry to hear about your trouble. The standard way for people with RHEL
subscription is to request a RHEL fix from support, but if you do not have it,
you would need to deal with it other way.
As this is a DS issue (linked from FreeIPA ticket), you can try raising
awareness in RHEL-7 product of the 389-ds-base and ask for backport of this
issue to RHEL-7.2.x stream. Alternatively, projects may have own CentOS repos
where they can publish builds of upcoming releases, like FreeIPA has:
Manage your subscription for the Freeipa-users mailing list:
Go to http://freeipa.org for more info on the project