[389-users] Strange wedging

Rich Megginson rmeggins at redhat.com
Thu Oct 14 19:35:38 UTC 2010

Edward Z. Yang wrote:
> Hey all,
> I'm too tired right now to write up a proper report, but would
> the following behavior be something y'all be'd interested in
> debugging?
We have tested server to server SASL/GSSAPI with replication on RHEL5, 
but we have not seen this happen.  Do you have more than one replication 
agreement?  Would it be possible for you to provide a stacktrace 
obtained with thread apply all bt in gdb?
> * Outgoing incremental GSSAP-authed MMR replications wedge
>   indefinitely, in Kerberos code.
> * It's impossible to do a full update without disabling all
>   incoming and outgoing replication agreements, because as
>   soon as another replication goes and gets stuck, everything
>   else fails.
> Basically, dirsrv+GSSAPI can get into some sort of wedged
> state persistent across restarts that means:
> * You can't restart the server without kill -9'ing it
> * You can't do a full update
> And the only way to fix it is to reinitialize all replication
> agreements.
> Edward
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