> Full_Name: John Morrissey
> Version: 2.4.16
> OS: Linux
> URL: ftp://ftp.openldap.org/incoming/
> Submission from: (NULL) (2001:4978:194:0:21f:5bff:fee9:da92)
> After a couple days of uptime, slapd no longer responds to incoming connections
> (the connection would be accepted, but all LDAP operations would block). All
> worker threads seem to be blocking on mutex acquisition in bdb_cache_lru_link().
> One thread was chewing lots of CPU.
> Backtrace is below. I also have a ~1.7GB core if it's deemed useful; I'll
> it around for a week or two. This is with BDB 4.7.25+all three patches.
Interesting trace, it looks like all the active threads are waiting for the
mutex but apparently none of them owns it. Can you please provide the contents
of the mutex? e.g.
Ah, I missed this before, your thread 3 is inside a BerkeleyDB lock function.
There's nothing useful in the trace for thread 3 though. It seems you may need
to recompile BerkeleyDB with debugging enabled (and with
-fno-omit-frame-pointer) to get a useful trace from this. This is looking more
like a BDB locking issue than an OpenLDAP issue. If you still have the
environment, db_stat -CA would be helpful.
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