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Re: Openldap crashing (repost)
(This probably didn't make it to the list, since I recently changed
addresses. It should now, I've resubscribed).
On Thu, 17 Jun 1999, Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:
> First, make sure your running the OpenLDAP 1.2.2 or later.
> As of this version, the server uses TCP keepalives to weed out
> dead clients.
> However, you could be sufferring from brain damaged Microsoft
> clients that don't close streams switching from LDAPv3 to
> LDAPv2. Microsoft has a fix for this...
This link is gone. I'm searching for an updated one, but so far no luck.
> On the OpenLDAP side, there are a couple of things you can
> do. One, make sure slapd have a large number of file descriptors
> available to it. Two, you can experiment server side timeouts:
> Disclaimer: this patch has not yet been fully tested.
I've been using it for a couple weeks on 1.2.1, and it is working
wonderfully. I haven't run into the problem since. I had 14,657
connections and didn't run out of descriptor (had to restart for a new
DB). I haven't tried the TCP keepalive solution yet.
> At 05:14 PM 6/18/99 +1200, monkey man wrote:
> >We're having a problem with OpenLdap where, after 2 days of running,
> >LDAP hasn't properly disposed of or closed all the files it has open
> >(file descriptors?) and then stops working, giving the message:
> >Jun 18 04:41:09 www slapd: warning: cannot open /etc/hosts.deny:
> >Too many open files
> >Any idea how to fix this or what the problem is? We've just moved to LDAP
> >and it's rapidly becoming mission critical, so we'd rather fix the problem
> >than just restart the server nightly or something.
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