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RE: OpenLDAP 1.1.2 thread problem

===== Original Message from "Kurt D. Zeilenga" <Kurt@OpenLDAP.Org> at 
11.01.99 17:23
>At 02:37 PM 1/11/99 +0100, you wrote:
>>I have installed OpenLDAP 1.1.2 on a production
>>machine, it works OK for a while (a few hours), then it
>>becomes confused with a thread problem - see the
>>attachment to this message, it shows the last
>>successfull query and then the thread error
>Looks like you are running out of resources of some
>sort.  Likely threads related.  I suspect your system
>is not automatically reaping detached threads.
===== Comments by PerSteinar.Iversen@adm.hioslo.no (Per Steinar Iversen) at 
11.01.99 18:01

The machine uses what RedHat calls 
glibc-devel-2.0.7-29, the most recent
supported version of GNU libc on the
RH platform.

Admittedly there is glibc-devel-2.0.108-0.981228
from rawhide.redhat.com, but I believe this is
alpha/beta at best.


I have another version of slapd running on the
same machine, it is the old UMich 3.3 plus some
patches from the time before OpenLDAP. It uses
the same threads and never hangs or crashes - but OpenLDAP
have some features I would like to have :-)