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Re: slapd 2.3.19 freezes up
It looks to me that this fix is already in 2.3.19. I do see some
references to BDB 4.3 having some issues... But the details are very
sketchy. I'm not sure if people are seeing similar kind of issues...
The other possibility I'm thinking off is a possible bug in the Centos
If I have to move to Solaris from Centos, I'm not sure if the DB files
are completely portable... Sleepycat does say that the DB files are all
portable. If anyone has tried this kind of stuff, I'd like to know about
Currently I'm not sure if any of these solutions will fix the problem.
David Hawes wrote:
On Sunday 26 February 2006 00:47, Howard Chu wrote:
Krishna Sivaramapuram wrote:
Try 2.3.20. As noted many times on this list, BDB 4.3 is not recommended.
I have a pretty serious issue in my environment... I've around 6
million nodes in my ldap tree... And this server is running on a box
with the following linux configuration...
Cent0S 4.0 (basically redhat enterprise 4.0)
upgraded to a 188.8.131.52 smp kernel
We are using Openldap 2.3.19 with BDB 4.3.29.
I have seen similar things in my production environment (4.2.52 + patches).
The first time I noticed this all three nodes of a load balanced pool reached
this state within 30 minutes after all the servers had been up for
approximately 24 hours. It has happened much more sporadically since that
time. The server would accept new connections, but nothing would be logged
by slapd and no results would be returned.
I have been trying to collect more data on this problem to post it, but was
wondering if perhaps this was a know issue and is fixed in 2.3.20 (maybe