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Re: broken pipe - serious problem with OpenLDAP 2.0.21

On Wed, 2002-04-17 at 11:43, Chris Garrigues wrote:
> I had a similar problem which went away when after I went through all my perl 
> scripts that used perl-ldap and made sure that they properly closed their
> connections to the LDAP server before they ended.  Once I stopped leaving stray 
> connections to the server all over the place, things got *much* better, and I 
> haven't seen a problem since.

I think you might be on to something.  That very well could be the
reason for the troubles.  Next time we experience the "crash" I'll check
the netstats and see how many connections are open.  I'm thinking you
are right.  Thanks for the insight.


> Chris
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