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Thread: [SOLVED] mail slapd[3751] in Zimbra Log

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    Default [SOLVED] mail slapd[3751] in Zimbra Log

    Hi all,

    I just would like to inquire if anybody knows how can I be able to correct this error that is consistent in the zimbra.log file.

    Its: mail slapd[3751]: <= dbd_equality_candidates: (zimbraXXXXXX) index_param failed (18)
    I also would like to know if this somehow critical or have effect in the Zimbra server performance.

    Thanks in advance for any information.

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    These are expected errors based on the current ldap log level. They don't affect the performance nor is it indicative of a critical problem. We are looking into getting this messages logged differently.

    You can turn off slapd logging with the following if you'd like to avoid them.

    Code:
    zmlocalconfig -e ldap_log_level=0
    ldap restart
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    Thank you for your feedback Brian.

    If it's none critical and not affecting the performanc eof the server, that will be fine there.

    I just wanted to make sure...

    Thanks again.

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