Howard Chu wrote:
>> Maybe to compensate, slapd_remove() has code which checks if emfile
>> is too big, but nothing checks if it is too small - which looks like
>> slapd might never start listening again.
On 2nd thought - I don't see how the outcome you describe can occur. If emfile
is non-zero, the list of listeners will be checked for a listener with
non-zero mute status. If any are found, one is guaranteed to be unmuted.
But if emfile becomes too small, it reaches zero with a listener still
muted - and with emfile = zero, the nothing is unmuted.