If Calendar Server was not properly shutdown, perform the following steps:
Perform the steps in the previous procedure, 22.4.2 Fixing stop-cal Problems.
Manually delete all files in the LDAP data cache database directory.
These left over files could cause database corruptions. To delete the files:
Change to the LDAP data cache directory.
The default is /opt/SUNWics5/csdb/ldap_cache, but use the directory pointed to by the local.ldap.cache.homedir.path parameter in the ics.conf file.
Remove all files in the directory.
For example: rm *.*
Check to make sure all files were removed.
For example: ls
Restart Calendar Server.
For instructions on how to configure LDAP data caching, see 4.8 Configuring LDAP for Calendar Server Version 6.3. For more information about the LDAP data cache, see theSun Java Communications Suite 5 Deployment Planning Guide.