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Thanks! I see both programs on the system and I will try this
later today and look into filing a report. Thanks!
From: Aaron Richton [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 1:22 PM
To: Douglas B. Jones
Subject: Re: slapd-relay
> I am sort of new to the linux (RHEL4) environment, so I am not really
> sure where I should go from here. On tru64, I can attach to a process,
> slapd in this case, I am not sure how to do that in linux.
At least in the case where slapd is unexpectedly exiting, you can install
gdb on your system. Find the pid of slapd on your system, then run gdb,
then "attach <PID>" at the gdb prompt. gdb will then tell you if slapd is
catching a signal (which seems to be your working hypothesis). There are
some basic instructions on generating a usable stack trace in the OpenLDAP
If gdb reports that you are indeed seg faulting, it might be worth
installing valgrind and seeing if that produces anything enlightening.
Feel free to discuss your progress here, but you should formally report
any issues you find via the ITS.