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Re: slapd crashes (ldap 2.1.30, db 4.1.25)

--On Tuesday, June 15, 2004 3:05 PM -0400 John Borwick <borwicjh@wfu.edu> wrote:

is a BDB backend.
~ No DB_CONFIG, "cachesize" set to 5000 in slapd.conf

My questions for you:
~  * does anyone know why slapd is crashing?
~  * is there anything I *need* in DB_CONFIG or slapd.conf, e.g. an idle
~  * are there any configuration parameters that, when improperly
configured, can cause slapd to crash?
~  * are there any file permissions, etc. on the UNIX side that could
cause slapd to crash?

If you are using BDB as your backend, you need a DB_CONFIG file.



Note: You could attach to the process with gdb, use the continue command, and then when it crashes, take a backtrace of all the threads... Although you'll need to compile slapd with debugging symbols.


Quanah Gibson-Mount
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