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1.2.9 vs. Solaris i86

I suspect that this isn't a bug in openldap, but this seems like the
place to post this message.  In trying to get openldap 1.2.9 going on a
dual PIII compaq running SunOS 5.7 (SunOS blah Generic_106542-04 5.7
i86pc i386 i86pc), I've run into the standard thread troubles.  I have
gotten everything compiled (using Suns' cc) and running, based on the
Faq-O-Matic info using,

$ env ac_cv_func_pthread_create=no ol_cv_kthread_flag=no\
  CPPFLAGS=-I/inst/db/include LDFLAGS=-L/inst/db/lib\
  ./configure --prefix=/inst/openldap-1.2.9
$ make depend; make

I'm having problems with slapd crashing under heavy load; compiling
without threads yields a stable slapd.  So, my questions:

Are the performance differences between threaded and non-threaded slapd
fairly significant?

Has anyone had success with the pthread libraries under SunOS 5.7 i86?

andrew.tristan@ucr.edu          Unix Systems Group, UC Riverside