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    • Kurt Zeilenga's avatar
      Reimplement LDBM_SYNC/LDBM_NOSYNC code (dbnosync). · 35655c05
      Kurt Zeilenga authored
      Old code applied sync flags to store(), however supported DBMs
      require such flags to be specified during open().  The new
      code now applies flags in ldbm_cache_open (which calls ldbm_open).
      ldbm_cache_close() now calls ldbm_sync().  This will force
      a updating of on-disk contents after each LDAP operation.
      The old code either failed to sync the on-disk contents until
      close or synced on every store.   Per LDBM operation syncing
      *should* be safe enough... real data safety requires transactions.
      Removed nosync option from BDB2 as it is not compatible with
      txn support.
      Also added code to disable DBM level locking as slapd is only
      process acessing the databases (dbnolocking).
      35655c05
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