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Re: slapd 2.0.7 and solaris 8


There have been previous posts about memory leaks.  Indexing the database
may help.  I'm guessing that your database is so small that indexing
hasn't been necessary, but if you do the leak might just go away, or
be reduced.  Keep us posted.


> Hello,
> I am using openldap 2.0.7 on solaris 8 and the bundled nss and pam
> services.  Both ldap server and the nss service are on the same machine.
> I have about 10 entries in the directory and these entries should remain
> in the cache even with the default slapd settings.  I noticed that the
> slapd process keeps growing.  I used NS directory server in the past and I
> did not see such behaviour.  I tried to truss the slapd process and run it
> the debug mode in an attempt to find the leak, but I was not successful.
> I was wondering if anyone else has seem this situation?  Or, if you would
> share other debugging tips, I would appreciate it.
> Your help will be appreciated.
> -Igor