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Re: (ITS#7025) "the backglue code doesn't install a handler for the Abandon operation"


Howard Chu schrieb (17.11.2011 23:54 Uhr):
> Marc Patermann wrote:

>> Howard Chu schrieb (01.11.2011 18:39 Uhr):
>>> Also, this script just performs sync searches, what do you use to
>>> generate the writes?
>> you mean the write which kills the server?
>> It just one simple mod of an object which I made in Apache Directory 
>> Studio.
> I'm unable to reproduce this crash. I have your slapd.conf and test 
> data, I have run 80-some instances of your script as you've described.
I ran 80 instances of each of the three script, where each script 
replicates one database, so 240 instances of the script in total.

> While the initial sync search is running I perform a modify of the base 
> entry of the subordinate database. Everything continues to run. I've 
> also waited for all of the initial refresh traffic to finish first, and 
> then perform the modify, and still no crash.
> To be more clear - do you perform your modify while the sync searches 
> are still refreshing, or after all of the refreshes have completed?
IIRC it does not make any difference, but I definitly crashed the server 
while at least one database still replicated.

> Do you run the clients on the same host as slapd, or on a remote machine?
I had slapd one one machine and the script on another one.