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Re: inequality searches cause slapd to freeze

Jon Roberts wrote:
Howard Chu wrote:
The behavior you describe here sounds like a bug that should be fixed, but you should file an ITS for it. Also some more information would help, such as knowing exactly how many searches are issued before the hang occurs, and the gdb backtrace from the event. Also, since 2.2.24 is already out, it would be best if you can reproduce the hang on 2.2.24 before filing the ITS.

I'll try to get it all together this week. FWIW, the RH9 server consistently fails on the 13th (!) passage search. Unfortunately, the other server is on the internet, so it's getting concurrent external requests that cause tests to vary.

Well in case anybody was worried, it is a fact that I'm still an idiot.

I rashly and incorrectly deduced OpenLDAP was freezing, but it was actually my own connection pools that were becoming exhausted and locking up (that is what happens when connections don't get returned to the pool, after all). The slapd server hums along, just as any ldapsearch would've told me. The bug is all mine, so I squashed it myself.

Sorry, so sorry.

Jon Roberts