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Re: slapd dying ...
I have strange crashes as well, but under much heavier load and a
different setup. ;)
Is it possible that your indexes are messed up, or something along those lines?
What's the behaviour of the crash? Do you get core files, or does it
Did you try truss/ktrace/strace-ing the search and/or server during
these hangs to see what was happening? Are there some db-specific
monitorings you could try?
On 5/4/05, Samuel Tran <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I run several OpenLDAP server 2.2.23 + Berkeley 4.2.52 (patched) on Debian
> Linux Woody. I have more than 2,000 entries in the directory. I have a LVS
> load balancer in front of the slaves. Every slave processes about 50
> Once in a while slapd would die. When I restart it everything looks fine
> until I do a ldapsearch of the whole directory and find out that the
> output of the ldapsearch stops at a specific entry. When I try to stop
> slapd, it wouldn't kill the processes. I have to manually kill each one of
> them. In order to fix the problem I have to run a db_recover, then restart
> This problem occured on the master and on the slaves.
> I am not sure what is going on.
> Would an upgrade to OpenLDAP 2.2.26 fix the problem?
> Has anyone experienced the same problem?
> I would appreciate any input.
> Thanks in advance.