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AW: Ldap Crashing
Does it make sence 35000 open files? Is it possible that tcpip connections are not closed?
Regards, Vadim Tarassov.
Von: Bjørn Ove Grøtan [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 12. September 2002 17:04
An: Glenn Tegeder
Betreff: Re: Ldap Crashing
> Ldap List,
> I have been having a problem with slapd crashing after about a day or 2.
> It seems to be directly related to the amount of files that are open. When
> ldap and skyrixgreen the web interface are restarted it seems to work fine.
> Stating that slapd has about 200 or 300 files open. This number climbs steady
> throughout the day until it reaches around 35,000 at which time the server will
> stop functioning. lsof | grep -c slapd is the command I've used to check the
> number of files but I'm new to linux administration so I'm not sure how to find
> out more about the files. Has anyone experienced this before and if so what
> seemed to be the solution. How might I get a more in depth look at the open
> files that aren't being closed?
You need to increase the max number of open files for your Linux kernel.
See section 8.14 of the Linux Kernel-HOWTO.
echo 65535 > /proc/sys/fs/file-max
(also put this into your rc.local or something as it will be reset at
Bjørn Ove Grøtan
IT-dept. Norwegian University of Technology and Science