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Re: [long][help] OpenLDAP as an NT service
Friday, August 23, 2002, 6:20:38 PM, you wrote:
KLP> [ ps. if anyone has info on a memory leak in 2.1.3/4 slapd on solaris8
KLP> pls let me know. I'm losing about 30k in 5sec intervals until all
KLP> memory is exhausted. ]
KLP> The only errors I've seen pop up in the openldap service but not on
KLP> standalone are environment differences and registry typos. Any
KLP> directories that contain DLLs that slapd needs need to be in the Path
KLP> environment variable, cause that's where NT searches for them ( current
KLP> directory, system dir, then path is the order I'm guessing ) This is the
KLP> System environment, or whatever user slapd runs as. The default is the
KLP> local system user. I changed the global enviroment and rebooted. I
KLP> *had* to reboot.
As a matter of fact, there' was no problem with any of my latest builds, or with
the one I've made several days ago: the service start problem occurs when I try to
install OpenLDAP as a service with an "internal" name different from
slapd install WORKS
slapd install OpenLDAP-slapd "any displayed name" WORKS
slapd install anything-else FAILS
Many thanks for the help and the hints you gave me again.
You're really a kind person.