[Samba] LDAP connection leak?
wcooley at nakedape.cc
Sat Jan 24 04:03:39 GMT 2004
On Fri, 2004-01-23 at 14:50, Andrew Bartlett wrote:
> I would not think that 52 was high, given the number of files that slapd
> has to open before it starts serving connections anyway.
> Samba will open one connection per smbd, and nss_ldap will open one per
> program using nsswitch. Standard posix semantics ensures these close
> on daemon shutdown.
> Do you have anything that indicates that we are actually leaking (rather
> than just using) connections?
Yeah, I think you're right and there is no leak. I checked and there
are 30+ smbd with the same number of open connections to slapd; plus the
connection from nscd (shouldn't nss_ldap open only one connection when
using nscd?). I'll keep a closer eye on it to see if the number grows;
I'm still left trying to figure out why slapd started logging "deferring
operation" and what happened to the system, but those are questions for
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