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slapd grows without bounds
Well, the subject says it all really. I have OpenLDAP 1.2.9, PerlDAP 1.4,
and the Netscape Directory SDK for C on FreeBSD 4.0-CURRENT. The
underlying ldbm is Berkeley DB 1.85.
Initially, I cooked up an LDIF file with 20,000 records, ran ldif2ldm and
made queries using my PerlDAP-based scripts. Every query, be it light- or
heavy-weight resulted in the slapd process increasing in size until it took
up 140M or thereabouts and I killed it.
What is going on, and what can I try to stop this behaviour? (Or, what
further information do you need to make a diagnosis?)
Thanks very much!
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