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RE: Are there threading issues with slapd?
BTW, the OpenLDAP version is 2.0.11.
From: Natarajan, Bartee [mailto:Bartee.Natarajan@Artesia.com]
Sent: Monday, October 08, 2001 11:32 AM
Subject: Are there threading issues with slapd?
We have a 'slapd' server running on windows 2000 with the ldbm backend
database. We seem to be
encountering problems when we attempt to contact the server using more than
one client. Everything
works great if we ensure that only one client communicates with 'slapd'.
For instance, if we attempt to modify the directory (using JNDI) with one
browsing with another, OR
if we attempt to modify two different directory trees (using JNDI) using
two clients, the JNDI client(s) abort with the following errors..
Since then, these two directories seem corrupted. Requests on this directory
even with a single
client returns errors like the following:
: [LDAP: error code 80 - cache add failed]
LDAP: error code 80 - DN index generation failed
I can't imagine that the 'slapd' server has multi-threading issues.. But I
haven't dug deep
to see what might be the cause of this.. I know I haven't given too much
info. here, but I
was wondering if there are multi-threading issues with OpenLDAP on windows
I hope to hear otherwise and wish that this was a problem with our code or
Thanks in advance for any info..