I have a FreeIPA slave server which used to be running Fedora 11 and
has recently been upgraded to Fedora 13. It is replicating from a
server which is still running Fedora 11.
Twice over the last week, the process providing LDAP (dirsrv?) has
died. I receive these errors in /var/log/messages:
Aug 11 11:12:43 fileserver1 nscd: nss_ldap: failed to bind to LDAP
server ldap://localhost: Can't contact LDAP server
Aug 11 11:12:43 fileserver1 nscd: nss_ldap: could not search LDAP
server - Server is unavailable
This could well just be an artifact of the upgrade, since the upgrade
process does not install the sssd package by default. I have no idea
how nscd/sssd should be configured on a FreeIPA server.
And these lines in /var/log/dirsrv/slapd-EXAMPLE-COM/errors. Around
the time that LDAP requests started failing.
[10/Aug/2010:10:04:41 -0400] entryrdn-index - entryrdn_index_entry:
Param error: Empty entry
[10/Aug/2010:10:04:42 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
_delete_tombstone: unable to delete tombstone
uniqueid 894ebf01-1dd211b2-a588d452-a70f0000: Operations error.
[11/Aug/2010:00:00:00 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
Incremental protocol: event update_window_opened should not occur in
[11/Aug/2010:09:37:35 -0400] - slapd shutting down - signaling operation threads
[11/Aug/2010:09:37:35 -0400] - slapd shutting down - waiting for 30
threads to terminate
Restarting dirsrv does not appear to help, the 'stop' process fails.
However, rebooting the PC does work, and the server processes LDAP
requests, until the replication occurs again.
With a little googling, I found this:
Which could well apply in my case, but I wanted to check to ensure
that this would apply to FreeIPA.
Does anyone have any comments suggestions about this?
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