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Re: slapd stops processing searches
Thanks for your answer.
I upgraded to latest BDB (4.3.28) and reinstalled, but it still didn't work. I then upgraded the Linux distribution I'm using (Slackware, from 10.0 to 10.1) and it still the same errors. Then I recompiled a new kernel (2.4.31) and cleaned up my starting environment a bit (the sendmail start script made rc.M exit completly after it had been processed). It still wouldn't work. Recompiled Apache, sendmail, PHP, MySQL and rebooted. Then it just worked.
I have no explanation to why it started to work, but I'm happy again. :) I guess it's just one of these questions that won't get an answer.
To answer your question as what happened when I turned on debugging, it showed it recieved a search request, and then just froze. Nothing else happened after that. And what backend I'm using, it's back-bdb. And memory was not a problem.
Thanks for your help!
ITservice, Dept. of Health Sciences, Lund University, Sweden
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--On Monday, September 12, 2005 10:43 PM +0200 Anders Martensson
> I wonder if anyone has any pointers on what to look for when
> investigating why slapd stops processing search requests.
> It always stops after it's done 24 searches, no matter the order I do the
> search. The slapd is running thoug, no heavy load on the server and
> programs can connect, but they don't get a response to their bind
> request, and slapd does not log that request either when it gets in this
> "mood". kill -1 doesn't work either, I have to do kill -9 to restart
> This is on a small testing environment with only some 30-40 objects in
> the tree. Versions I currently use: OpenLDAP: 2.3.7
> Berkley DB: 4.3.27
> Have tried with OpenLDAP 2.2.23 and 2.2.26 too. Cleaned out the
> databasefiles (through rm) and then reinstalled BDB and OpenLDAP and
> repopulated it with slapadd.
> I'm sorry in advance if this is a newbie thing, as I am new to both
> OpenLDAP and BDB. I have tried and search mail archive and through Google
> to find a solution, but nothing came up.
Have you tried with BDB 4.3.28 or BDB 4.2.52+patches?
OpenLDAP works for thousands of searches for me...
Have you looked at what happens when you turn on debugging? (slapd -d -1)
Are you running out of memory? Do you set any cachesize or idlcachesize
variables? What database backend are you using? (back-bdb, back-hdb,
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