On Tue, May 08, 2012 at 09:47:41PM +0000, Steven Jones wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Attached is a munin graph of what looks like a memory leak.....I suspect (if 
> you look at the munin monthly month graph) we had no issue until I think we 
> patched......I need to ask my admins if they did patch .......(they are not 
> in yet).....
> 
> Looking at the CPU and memory graphs in VMware the change in stability and 
> leak is also most noticable, yet apart from uping the nsslapd-cachememsize: 
> 10485760 to 18900000 I know of no changes to the system......attached is a 
> vmware graph.....
> 
> It now looks like I have to set a cronjob to reboot the IPA servers 
> nightly........
> 
> So since ipa2 crashed (or rather the memory-killer killed slapd), this isnt 
> why 1/2 the users could login....that workstation points at ipa2 while others 
> point at ipa1....is my best guess.
> 

These are all real issues, but server side issues, which is outside my
domain of expertise, sorry. I also believe they are being discussed in a
separate thread?

If you happen to reproduce the System Error again, please attach
sssd_pam.log and sssd_domain.log. Thank you!

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