[Pkg-fedora-ds-maintainers] 389 DS for Debian+
tjaalton at ubuntu.com
Wed Jun 6 18:58:56 UTC 2012
On 06.06.2012 13:44, Jeroen van Meeuwen (Kolab Systems) wrote:
> I'm playing around with the (great!) 389 DS packages for Debian, and I
> notice a couple of things I was hoping you could share some insight on;
> - libsoftokn3.so (in /usr/lib/nss/) is not available in the standard ld
> paths, which seems to be resolved by adding /usr/lib/nss/ to a new file
> /etc/ld.so.conf.d/nss.conf and running ldconfig.
> I first ran in to this error when running 'setup-ds-admin' -
> libsoftokn3.so is needed to run the admin server. How would one go about
> definitively resolving such issue, normally?
At least on sid/wheezy it is in /usr/lib/<triplet>/ and ./nss, so should
> - The admin server seems to only work with apache2-mpm-worker, and not
> with apache2-mpm-prefork(?) but it seems both are mutually exclusive
> packages(?). I can only install one, *or* the other. When I first ran
> 'setup-ds-admin' (after resolving the libsoftokn3.so issue), the
> following came onto my screen:
>> Starting admin server . . .
>> output: [Wed Jun 06 12:27:24 2012] [notice] Not using a threaded
>> server. The Admin Server authorization cache will not work
>> correctly. Console and Admin
>> Server tasks will be disabled if the configuration directory server is
>> not available.
>> output: WARNING: MaxClients of 64 exceeds ServerLimit value of 1 servers,
>> output: lowering MaxClients to 1. To increase, please see the
>> output: directive.
>> output: Syntax error on line 105 of /etc/dirsrv/admin-serv/httpd.conf:
>> output: Invalid command 'MinSpareThreads', perhaps misspelled or
>> defined by a module not included in the server configuration
>> output: httpd (pid 8351) already running
>> output: Server failed to start !!! Please check errors log for problems
>> Could not start the admin server. Error: 256
>> Could not reconfigure the admin server.
>> Exiting . . .
>> Log file is '/tmp/setupmQXBII.log'
maybe just the depends are wrong, it should depend on the
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