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Re: slapd 1.2.13 stops replicating

Ok. Are you getting a log line that says that the MOD has been requested? What backend are you using? The replog() function pretty much gets called directly after the backend's modify function, e.g.

   if ( (*be->be_modify)( be, conn, op, ndn, mods ) == 0 ) {
       replog( be, LDAP_REQ_MODIFY, ndn, mods, 0 );

So, if the backend indicates it, slapd write the the modification to the replog. What kind of logging do you have turned on?


On 2/20/02 9:45 PM -0700 asparks@quris.com wrote:

Well, I've rebuilt the database many times... still chronically fails.
Removed slurpd.status before, also.  I don;t think the problem is in
slurpd anyway -- shutting slurpd off and watching the replogs show no
change logs getting written.  Until I restart slapd, that is.

wes@umich.edu wrote:

Just a guess, but when I get systemic problems like this, I generally have to rebuild the DB. Is it possible that your slurpd.status is getting corrupted?


On 2/20/02 6:31 PM -0700 asparks@quris.com wrote:

> Still running 1.2.13, cuz of feature probs going to 2.0.x.  Beside the
> point.
> I've been having a major problem with my master server on Solaris 7
> just stopping replication.  It appears that the slapd accepts
> modifications, but just doesn't write them to the replog.  A restart
> of the server clears the problem for a while, until it recurs in a day
> (or less).
> Has anyone had any experience with this happening, and found a
> solution?
> Compiled with GCC 2.95.2, with the following options:
> CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/local/include" \
> LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/lib" \
> LIBS="-lgnuregex -lpthread -lposix4" \
> ./configure \
>         --prefix=/opt/ldap \
>         --with-threads \
>         --enable-shared \
>         --enable-phonetic \
>         --enable-shell
> Thanks in advance for any advice.
> -Alan
> --
> Alan Sparks, Sr. UNIX Administrator     asparks@quris.com
> Quris, Inc.                             (720) 836-2058

-- Alan Sparks, Sr. UNIX Administrator asparks@quris.com Quris, Inc. (720) 836-2058