Bliss, Aaron wrote:
I'm running fds on 2 servers, a supplier and consumer, both are running
redhat ES 4; I noticed today and for the last few days that the supplier
directory server is running very, very slow, top reveals that ns-slapd
is killing the cpu; these are running on server class hardware, roughly
1.5 GHZ hp proliant servers; the consumer directory server cpu
utilization is almost 0 (99 % idol); I don't really know how to being to
troubleshoot this problem; I've seen similar issues on oracle database
servers when database indexes were corrupt and had to be rebuilt....Any
ideas as to how to begin to troubleshoot this? Thanks very much.
1806 ldap 15 0 517m 33m 14m S 90.6 3.3 4:56.21 ns-slapd
I have also seen ns-slapd utilize quite a lot of cpu in some cases.
However, the question I always ask first is that "is it hurting
something?". If the answer is "no", or "I don't know", then I
ignore it. So far, I haven't had a positive answer to the questions.
Is the client-facing performance of your servers suffering somehow which
you can clearly document?
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