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RE: OpenLDAP + Samba + nscd

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Williams [mailto:adam@morrison-ind.com] 
> Sent: Friday, October 17, 2003 11:10 AM
> To: Collins, Kevin
> Cc: 'openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org'
> Subject: Re: OpenLDAP + Samba + nscd
> > As you can see, last Friday around 4:00 am, nscd ran out of 
> files, and 
> > things came to a halt.  A simple "service nscd restart" fixed the 
> > problem and things started working again, but as the graph 
> shows the 
> > number of open files was growing at a pretty good rate.
> > So last night I shut down nscd.  Things have been working, 
> but I can tell
> > that I've lost performance.  For example, my backup process 
> ran 13 minutes
> > longer than normal last night.
> > ll of this leads to the question:  How can I once again 
> activate nscd and
> > yet not suffer from the open files issue that I have?
> It seems abnormal, like a bug in nscd.  Are you certain you 
> have the latest nscd packages?


First, thanks for replying.

To answer your question.  According to "up2date" I am using the latest
version of nscd that Red Hat has available.

I have thought about compiling nscd from source, maybe it's time to do that.