Hello Arun Sasi,
are you saying you are surprised by the fact that the more LDAP search the more CPU consumption ? ( ! ).
I must have misunderstood your statement.
Since slapd is multi-threaded, I've myself pushed slapd to much more than 100% CPU.
So what do you mean by 'slapd is getting stopped' ?
Do you mean the process vanishes ?
Does it leave a baby core file around there ?
If so, you should probably send the back trace.
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Subject: SlapD is using more CPU
Whenever the number of search increase to the master server… slapd is utilizing more about more than 100%... What could be the reason and also is there any bench mark defined…
Whenver it goes 100% slapd server is getting stopped…
Thanks & Regards,
Arun Sasi V
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