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Re: Deadlock (ITS#77)
This time I managed to get some more info...
We were running slapd with errorlevel 4. Now every time I attempt a
call to the server, it logs:
ldap_pvt_thread_create failed (1)
If I attempt a "killall slapd", slapd logs:
slapd shutting down - waiting for 10 threads to terminate
and just waits... only way to kill it is with "kill -9"
I have gdb attached to slapd, but in my ignorance, I have no clue as to
what to do next!
At 09:17 AM 2/18/99 , you wrote:
>Full_Name: Guillermo Payet
>OS: Red Hat Linux 5.1
>Submission from: (NULL) (220.127.116.11)
>We've been running OpenLDAP 1.0.3 over dn 1.85 for a while,
>with no major probelms. Last Friday, I downloaded 1.2 and
>DB 2.3.16. After some initial trouble compiling the new
>version (problems with config.cache), I got a system up and
>Now slapd will run fine for a few hours, and then it will
>deadlock. I haven't been able to trigger the problem at will.
>Sometimes it hangs, sometimes it doesn't, and it seems to
>be independent of load. Once it hangs I have to killall -9
>I thought it might be a threading issue, but if I pound the
>server hard with a few clients at the same time, it will run
>fine, and then it will freeze a few hours later with only one
>How should I approach this? what loglevel should I use to
>obtain a meaningful log file?
> --Guillermo Payet
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