--On Tuesday, September 25, 2012 2:21 PM +0100 Mark Cairney
I've been finding that ldapsearch will freeze when performing searches
with a large (typically >10,000) number of results. As far as I can tell
this does not appear to be related to server load as according to iostat
and top the servers don't appear to be stressed and the servers continue
to respond to incoming requests.
I'm running OpenLDAP 2.4.30 with BDB 4.8.30 in multi-master mode with
syncrepl if this makes any difference. I have tried upgrading to 2.4.32
but this appears to be exhibiting the same behaviour.
In terms of the size of the database I've got about 300,000 entries and
my bdb database files are currently taking up 5.6G. The servers
themselves are 4xquad-cores with 24GB RAM.
Has anyone else seen this behaviour or should I file an ITS?
Please provide any tuning that you've done. It's fairly impossible to
comment on why you are seeing this behavior without it.
I.e., what are the *cache settings you set in slapd.conf/cn=config? What
is the contents of your DB_CONFIG file? Are you using an shm key?
You may wish to read over
;. You can easily
map the information there to a non-zimbra installation.
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