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Re: Problems with openldap-2.1.22 slowing down over time.
Looks like I'm not the only one with index corruption/slow down issues.
Which debugging level shows backend and index interactions? 1024?
What can I do to track this down?
Quanah, have you noticed any of these issues? Perhaps you avoided them
altogether when you set up your db_config.
Perhaps this is a bdb tuning issue, but I would think that the
performance would be terrible all of the time, not just after we have
been running for a week.
Nathan Ehresman wrote:
Yeah, just Monday I had my indexes go corrupt again. I had high hopes for
the new kernel, but alas.. I also tried rebuilding my own db4 and had
openldap link against it instead of the one shipped with RedHat 9. No go.
I'm hoping for a miracle with db 4.2 coming out in the near (???) future.
Maybe it'll have fixed whatever is causing the problem. Who knows. :)
I've got a workaround for now -- just rebuild the database -- but I'd
obviously prefer to figure out what and why it is doing this to begin with.
On Thu, Nov 13, 2003 at 09:43:34AM -0500, Kirk A. Turner-Rustin wrote:
Nathan: Shall we take this to mean that your attempt to fix this problem
by running back-bdb under a non-RedHat kernel (reported in your post of
21 Oct) failed?