Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 402651
Openldap server crashes on high modify load
Last modified: 2008-07-24 15:51:01 EDT
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Steps to Reproduce:
modify one attribute of one entry with multiple clients
already fixed upstream:
Check closely memory consumption, it's rumored (its#3213) that there is also
memory leak when two clients modify one attribute at the same time.
Created attachment 271291 [details]
- install opendlap-servers
- delete any previous ldap databases (rm -rf /var/lib/ldap/*)
- use the default slapd.conf, only uncomment line "rootpw secret"
- start ldap server
- start the script - it will spawn 20 processes, modifying one attribute in
After some time slapd hopefully dies. You can stop the clients by "kill
Created attachment 271311 [details]
I did not notice any problem with the memory consumption, it seems to me there
is no leak.
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