On 03/11/16 19:58, Mark Reynolds wrote:
dbscan -f /var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-INSTANCE/db/changelogdb
>results of above scan do not look like that CSN form reported in
>dirsrv's error log, it is:
>..
>=116156
>=116157
>=116158
>..
That doesn't look quite right,  Just to confirm you should be doing
something like

dbscan -f
/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-master_1/db/changelogdb/fe665489-a13011e6-acbab8c1-43b12a38_581a3c41000000010000.db
| grep 581b120f000500040000
I don't see any xxxxxx.db in /var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-master_1/db/changelogdb
but there are these:

16c9da9e-a54611e6-80ab82b9-81e5c5a8_57459622000000600000.db
16c9da9e-a54611e6-80ab82b9-81e5c5a8.sema
DBVERSION
e71ad28c-a54511e6-80ab82b9-81e5c5a8_574595c8000000040000.db
e71ad28c-a54511e6-80ab82b9-81e5c5a8.sema

in /var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-master_1/cldb and if I scant those:

cldb]$ for _F in .db; do dbscan -f $_F | grep 57480d6d000000250000; done

there is nothing (on the replica that complains but also nothing on all members)

cldb]$ ll ../db/changelog/
total 2260
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv   16384 Nov  8 00:02 aci.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv   40960 Nov  8 15:52 ancestorid.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv   40960 Nov  8 15:52 changenumber.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv   16384 Nov  8 00:02 cn.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv      51 Nov  8 00:02 DBVERSION
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv  303104 Nov  8 15:52 entryrdn.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv   40960 Nov  8 15:52 entryusn.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv 1523712 Nov  8 15:52 id2entry.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv   90112 Nov  8 15:52 nsuniqueid.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv 16384 Nov 8 15:52 numsubordinates.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv   90112 Nov  8 15:52 objectclass.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv   40960 Nov  8 15:52 parentid.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv   16384 Nov  8 00:02 seeAlso.db
-rw-------. 1 dirsrv dirsrv 65536 Nov 8 15:52 targetuniqueid.db

it's centOS 7 with IPA ipa-server-4.2.0-15.0.1.el7.centos.19.x86_64

>>
>>What about the access logs?  Do you see the CSN there?
Did you check the DS access logs??

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