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RE: ITS#5822 slapd goes into sleeping mode

Ok, I can fully understand your point.

Anyway, from your expert point of view on openldap, and understanding
that this is an obsolete version of slapd, I would like only two things
that you probably know without consuming much time from your side.

Did you see anytime a similar problem of slapd sleeping mode?
Did you think if there is any solaris patches that could fix similar

Thanks a lot for your time and effort Pierlangelo,


-----Original Message-----
From: Pierangelo Masarati [mailto:ando@sys-net.it] 
Sent: viernes, 21 de noviembre de 2008 12:11
To: GARCIA BARRERA, Eduardo (Eduardo)
Cc: openldap-its@openldap.org
Subject: Re: ITS#5822 slapd goes into sleeping mode

GARCIA BARRERA, Eduardo (Eduardo) wrote:
> Pierlangelo,
> First of all, thanks for your quick answer. I just read carefully the 
> instructions on "how to report a bug", and I will try my best to 
> gather it.
> Anyway,  I got a question for you. Since the slapd process does not 
> crash but keeps in a sleeping mode, and due to this machine is working

> in a very critical enviroment for our customer, is it needed to run 
> gdb tool?
> Besides, the problem happens in a random way, so we could run those 
> commands when the slapd is sleeping and does not answer. When this 
> happens, the ldapsearch command is not answered.
> Platform: SunOS MVICBDS01D05 5.9 Generic_118558-35 sun4u sparc 
> SUNW,Sun-Fire-15000
> In this machine is also running oracle version .
> The slapd.conf file is attached to this email.

One issue is that you should clarify what version you're using.  If
you're really using a OpenLDAP 2.1 release, then it's probably not worth
the effort of tracing the issue: that release became historic in early
2004.  No one will ever spend time finding a bug in it, or even
backporting fixes to known bugs (unless very well rewarded, I guess).


Ing. Pierangelo Masarati
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