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Re: (ITS#4667) assert core in connection.c
--On Friday, September 08, 2006 8:41 PM +0200 Pierangelo Masarati
> I'll try to look at it. Let me just add that I recently saw yet another
> core in that area; I didn't post about it because I was shutting down a
> hacked version of 2.3 with some HEAD and some custom code in it all
> interspersed. It triggered an abort() after asserting on
> assert( c->c_struct_state == SLAP_C_USED );
> in connection_state_closing(); I couldn't reproduce it. Since things
> like this seem to occur mostly to you and me when using non-standard
> code, chances are we both don't use exactly all the necessary patches; in
> any case, there might be something subtle in that portion of code.
Well, this code is running on all my servers, and they aren't hitting it.
I was only able to trigger it when putting OpenLDAP under extremely high
load, and adding SASL/GSSAPI into the mix. If I am missing patches, it
isn't in connection.c or daemon.c. Not sure where else to look past that.
;) I'll see if I'm able to reliably reproduce it or not. If not, I'd
guess it is a race condition of some sort somewhere...
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