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openldap unstable on Solaris 2.6 SPARC
I have a problem with an unstable openldap tree on a Solaris 2.6 box.
Here's some information about the setup:
Solaris 2.6 with patches (I can provide a list if necessary)
The effect is that the openldap server simply dies, with nothing special in
the logs on loglevel 256. Sometimes it dies 2 times a day, sometimes it
works fine for three days. This machine is located offsite, so I have asked
to change the loglevel to 255 and see what that gives, I will pass the
findings on to this list.
Also, we have noticed that slapcat gives errors when trying to create an
ldif file of the database. This is the typical output:
# /usr/local/sbin/slapcat -l /usr/local/etc/openldap/outputfile.ldif
# no data for entry id=00000b9
Only with the -c option it will continue and generate an ldif file, but
generates about 70 of these 'no data' errors. The -v option shows that many
records are processed until it reaches the ones with errors.
It looks like the database somehow got corrupted, I wonder if this could
cause the openldap server to choke sometimes? Maybe it dies when one of the
invalid records is accessed by the qmail server?
I would greatly appreciate any ideas/comments/suggestions.
Bye for now,
Better Access NV.
I code therefore I am.