After some rigorous checks & debug found the local FS was getting exhausted
due to huge amount of logs written by slapd daemon.
Unfortunately, this FS is system mounted locally (sda2) & hence couldn't be
expanded further. As a workaround, has restricted log quantity to 6000/10
seconds via rsyslog rate-limiting feature.
Will check onto system for any slow local disk problem persists.. Many
thanks for your kind & valuable suggestion.
*Thanks & Kind Regards,*
On Thu, 28 Jun 2018 at 09:17, Ulrich Windl <
>>> Saurabh Lahoti <saurabh.astronomy(a)gmail.com>
schrieb am 27.06.2018 um
> We've started observing strange & peculiar performance behavior for slapd
> instances. While ldap bind response is more than 1.5 second on one server
> then on another it's just 0.006 seconds.
> Both the servers have similar OS, system resources & ldap version.
> OS: RHEL 6.9
> LDAP: 2.4.44
> Backend: bdb
> Could you please suggest some probable causes..?
Could it be a slow local disk?
> Thanks & Kind Regards,
> Saurabh Lahoti.