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    Default ldap database currupt, no threads seem to help, no backup, any one help

    Thisa is a real pants down question, "ldap database corrupt, no threads seem to help, no backup, any one help just getting back up and running so I can enter details again.

    I have run the below several times to no avail.

    i have version 7.2 running

    db_recover -vc
    Finding last valid log LSN: file: 67 offset 3731980
    Recovery starting from [66][28]
    db_recover: Log sequence error: page LSN 65 5556424; previous LSN 65 10133000
    db_recover: Recovery function for LSN 66 13921 failed on forward pass
    db_recover: PANIC: Invalid argument
    db_recover: process-private: unable to find environment
    db_recover: DB_ENV->open: DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recovery

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    Quote Originally Posted by func100 View Post
    Thisa is a real pants down question, "ldap database corrupt, no threads seem to help,
    You've tried the solutions in this thread?

    Quote Originally Posted by func100 View Post
    ....no backup, ....
    Do you mean that you haven't taken a backup or that there is no backup?
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    Yes i looked at that thread, but I think that must be a different version as the locations do not exist in my version ..... and backups yes there is none and i have not taken one

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    You don't really provide much information, so it's hard to help. I.e., you run db_recover, but from what directory?

    In any case, if you are in /opt/zimbra/data/ldap/hdb/db and running that command as the ZIMBRA user and not root, and you're getting that output, then there's really no chance of recovery of the database. I would advise finding a backup. If you never made backups, then you've learned why they are so important.

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