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RE: (ITS#4216) slapd terminates unexpectedly

I'll try to capture this error in a debugger as Howard suggested.  I'm
surprised though that you were unable to reproduce it as yet.  We've
been able to do it here on several different machines ranging from a
dual CPU Ultra-60 with 1GB of RAM up to a 24 core E2900 with 48GB of
RAM.  Are you by any chance trying to reproduce this on a single CPU
(with a single core) machine?

-----Original Message-----
From: Quanah Gibson-Mount [mailto:quanah@symas.com] 
Sent: Friday, December 02, 2005 1:37 PM
To: openldap-its@OpenLDAP.org
Cc: James MacNider
Subject: RE: (ITS#4216) slapd terminates unexpectedly

--On Friday, December 02, 2005 1:30 PM -0500 James MacNider
<james.macnider@bridgewatersystems.com> wrote:

> Hello Quanah,
> As I mentioned earlier to Howard Chu, my slapd.conf simply contains 
> the
> following:
> -------------
> ucdata-path
> /dev/src/ldap/openldap/null/openldap-2.3.12/libraries/liblunicode
> backend null
> database null
> suffix   ""
> rootdn   "cn=root"
> bind     on
># Cleartext passwords, especially for the rootdn, should # be avoid.
> See slappasswd(8) and slapd.conf(5) for details.
># Use of strong authentication encouraged.
> rootpw    secret
> -------------
> So I never set a syslog level in slapd.conf.  What is that value by 
> default?

>From the slapd.conf(5) man page:

if  no  loglevel  (or  a 0 level) is defined, no
          logging occurs, so at least the none level is  required
          to have high priority messages logged.

> Also the only options I set during the whole configure/make/make test 
> sequence of the code was for the configure where I set these flags:
> --enable-bdb=no --enable-null=yes --enable-hdb=no ...So from this 
> syslog should not have been disabled at build time either.

Given the above, I think whether or not the support for it exists
doesn't really matter. ;)

> Thanks for continuing to follow up with this issue.

Certainly.  Still no luck reproducing it however.


Quanah Gibson-Mount
Product Engineer
Symas Corporation
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