As a guy who played FF7 for 99:99:60 hours and then some, I feel I amOn Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 2:16 AM, Cloud Strife <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> We have noticed that our Master LDAP hangs every month; i.e. it stopped
> processing requests. We're using openldap-2.3.43-3.el5 for LDAP master and
> slave machines. Does this version have a known bug? Unfortunately, upgrading
> the version in not an option right now, though we're considering it for the
> future. Do you have any suggestion/recommendations besides upgrading?
obligated to help. It is rather strange for a piece of software to
fail once a month. Is it always on the same day or the same time. If
so look in /etc/cron.d and see if any process could be causing this
(faulty log roll-over, something that uses a lot of resources).
You have not included any information that can let people help you.
Are you logging? Are there any messages in your slapd log? How about
/var/log/messages or /var/log/dmesg? Is there a memory leak? Are you
trending CPU/MEMORY/DISK activity over time using a monitor or SAR.
Have you tried capturing network traffic with tcpdump to try and
determine if there is a burst of traffic at that time?