On 10/25/07, matthew sporleder <msporleder(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/25/07, Sumith Narayanan <sumith.narayanan(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I am running $OpenLDAP: slapd 2.3.27 and Berkeley DB (Version:
> > 4.4.20) on MacOSX 10.4.
> > The process crashes with memory leak often. The maximum it can go with
> > 32 bit processor is 2 GB of memory and then it crashes. However , I
> > have found that the it starts leaking more and crashing often (1-2 hr
> > ) when the loglevel is 256 or 512. When it is at 32 it crashes once in
> > 2 days or so.
> > Did anyone experience this before ? If so , what should be the
> > loglevel when my intention is to make the process more stable.
> > Please note that the server which crashes is getting updated 5-6 % of
> > total transaction.
> > Any help , suggestions will be appreciated.
> I have found that many people misinterpret an oversized cache with a
> memory leak. Tune down your system so it doesn't use so much memory.
On 10/26/07, Sumith Narayanan <sumith.narayanan(a)gmail.com> wrote:
We have 3 DBs and alltogether we are using less than 250 MB memory.
When the process starts , it stabilzes with 250 MB and then it starts
After putting the log level to 32 , it is slowly increasing , over a
period of 2 days or so to 2 GB and then it crashes.
If I increase the log level it goes to 2 GB in 1 hour or so.
It sounds like your syslog config is somehow messed up, or osx's
syslog is not very good and you should try installing something like