>> Liam Gretton <liam.gretton(a)leicester.ac.uk> schrieb am
03.12.2013 um 17:20 in
On 03/12/2013 14:57, Aaron Bennett wrote:
> can't think of any reason offhand that slapd would need to have more than
1024 files open.
Each client connection to slapd uses a file handle. I've hit this
problem in the past when a cluster of 300 systems came online for the
first time, all of which had five threads configured in nslcd.conf. That
was 1500 file handles straight away.
With recent help from this list, I managed to get these values from my (older) server (a
# Max File Descriptors, Connections, Monitor
dn: cn=Max File Descriptors,cn=Connections,cn=Monitor
# Total, Connections, Monitor
# Current, Connections, Monitor
Maybe compare with your values.
I was using a query like this (you'll get more output): "ldapsearch -Y EXTERNAL
-H ldapi:/// -b 'cn=monitor' -s sub '(objectClass=*)' description
monitoredInfo monitorCounter monitorOpInitiated monitorOpCompleted
monitorConnectionPeerAddress monitorConnectionOpsReceived monitorConnectionActivityTime
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