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Re: slurpd taking 44% cpu, help!
> Slapd uses a "staging" replog area, which is then copied to somewhere
> for slurpd to operate on (on my boxes, /var/tmp). Slurpd then tries to
> make the needed changes.
where is that staging area defined? is that --libstatedir is for when you
> If that temp area, and the replog area, were one and the same, it
> might make an evil loop...
well i'm not at all sure i understand what's going on but i moved the
location of the replog and the problem disappearred.
that's a start! thanks.