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Re: Modifying entries takes ages, slurpd consumes much cpu time, replication way behind (2nd try)
Andreas Rother <email@example.com> writes:
> I have three OpenLDAP servers (all 2.1.29 with db-126.96.36.199) in my
> environment. The master server (SLES8) feeds the two slaves (Redhat
> ES3). I had replication problems with previous versions of OpenLDAP,
> so I upgrade to 2.1.29 and start a shell script that adds one hundred
> attributes to a specific user using ldapmodify. All ldap servers run
> with debuglevel 65535.
> That script runs over 30 minutes and terminates with the error message:
> modifying entry "uid=arother,ou=people,ou=preprod,o=company,c=de"
> ldapmodify: update failed: uid=arother,ou=people,ou=preprod,o=company,c=de
> ldap_modify: Internal (implementation specific) error (80)
> additional info: commit failed
Your debuglevel is consuming much of the load. The configuration of
bdb has a great influence on writing, reading and replication, so just
setup a DB_CONFIG that meets your requirements.
Dieter Kluenter | Systemberatung
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