Re: LDAP server scaling problem?
> If I got the details right, a Linux process can by default only have
> 1024 files open. This can be adjusted using 'ulimit -n', but I am not
> sure if it will work with select() calls because of a hardcoded
> constant in the system header files.
I've been told that it work just fine to extend it for slapd. It should
thus work to add 'ulimit -n 8192' in /etc/default/slapd.
> Anyone else seen similar problems? Is there any reason not to include
> "idletimeout 60" or some other sensible timeout in our default
No-one else experience problems like this with Debian Edu/Lenny?
I see a problem with OpenLDAP spending 100% CPU and not responding to
requests for a long time. My local OpenLDAP expert sent me to
and <URL:http://www.openldap.org/its/?findid=6856> which might be
relevant. I have not had time to test yet. Anyone else experience
hanging OpenLDAP in Lenny?