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OpenLDAP won't start
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- Subject: OpenLDAP won't start
- From: "Casper Angelo" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 4 May 2005 12:29:37 +0200
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- Thread-topic: OpenLDAP won't start
I have a problem with OpenLDAP (2.2.23) on Debian - it won't start, and
I dont seem to get any understandable error :-/ It worked fine until a
couple of days ago. It's in a replication chain, so I suspect that it
recieved som kind of malformed entry from its master.
Just starting it with
Starts the process, but it just goes to 99.9% cpu usage and stays there,
and nothing else happens. I tried waiting to see if it just spend a lot
of time initializing the dbd, but after it ran unchanged for over an
hour i stopped it.
Running slapd in debug mode:
#slapd -d 1
Shows me that the schemas are loaded properly, and the debug output
stops with this:
slapd startup: initiated.
backend_statup: starting "o=Ofir"
And after that - nothing but 99.9% load
#lsof -i tcp:ldap
Shows nothing, and thereby reveals that there is no listening ldap
Is there anyway to make an external check of the bdb? A consistancy
Can I make slapd tell me what entry makes it stop?
Help and advice needed :-/