On Tue, 05 Dec 2006, Aaron Richton might have said:
Take a core snapshot of the process with gcore (or just attach with
if you don't need to get things running quickly) and get a symbolic
backtrace. On FC5, you probably need -debuginfo to get useful backtraces.
I've reported at least one livelock since 2.3.19 (ITS #4738). That would
show up as 100% CPU, if it hit you. An update has been released for about
a month; upgrade OpenLDAP to 2.3.30.
On Tue, 5 Dec 2006, Mike wrote:
>Slapd was fine this weekend, then yesterday it went to 100% of the CPU
>and load average of 1.0+. No filesystems are full and I can find no
>mention of an issue in /var/log/*. Where can I look next for what's going
>I had this happen a few weeks ago, but I thought it was due to a full
>file system at the same time.
>Red Hat Fedora Core 5 with all the latest patches
>[mikee@host ~]$ rpm -qa | grep ldap
I did 'service ldap restart' and the CPU times are back to normal. I also
did a 'yum check-config' and there is no update yet from the FC5 server.