On 2/3/2017 12:17 πμ, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
Have you tried setting the "keepalive" parameter in your
Thank you Quanah,
I just added (to syncrepl config):
Any suggestions on the selected values? What are the default ones? (I
haven't found them in docs.)
I will monitor the situation and I'll let you know of the outcome.
Has such an issue been reported by others in recent versions? Why didn't
I have this problem with all versions until 2.4.39 (on CentOS 5)?
Some notes follow:
Interestingly, in the documentation:
...I don't see any reference to the keepalive parameter.
However, "man slapd.conf" states:
The keepalive parameter sets the values of idle, probes, and
interval used to check whether a socket is alive; idle is the number
of seconds a connection needs to remain idle before TCP starts
sending keepalive probes; probes is the maximum number of keepalive
probes TCP should send before dropping the connection;
interval is interval in seconds between individual keepalive
probes. Only some systems support the customization of these
values; the keepalive parameter is ignored otherwise, and
system-wide settings are used.
Since "only some systems support the customization of these values; the
keepalive parameter is ignored otherwise", how can I make sure that this
parameter has been configured successfully and is enabled on my system
(CentOS 7)? I enabled "loglevel config stats sync"but I don't see any
mention of configured syncrepl parameters during OpenLDAP start.