On 5/24/15 3:12 AM, Janelle wrote:
And just like that, my haunted servers have all returned.
I am going to just put a gun to my head and be done with it. :-(

Why do things run perfectly and then suddenly ???
Logs show little to nothing, mostly because the servers are so busy, they have already rotated out.

unable to decode  {replica 16} 55356472000300100000 55356472000300100000
unable to decode  {replica 22} 55371e9e000000160000 553eec64000400160000
unable to decode  {replica 23} 5545d61f000200170000 55543240000300170000
unable to decode  {replica 24} 554d53d3000000180000 554d54a4000200180000
unable to decode  {replica 25} 554d78bf000000190000 555af302000400190000
unable to decode  {replica 9} 55402c39000300090000 55402c39000300090000

Don't know what to do anymore. At my wit's end..

~J
So things are getting more interesting. Still trying to find the "leaking server(s)". here is what I mean by that. As you see, I continue to find these -- BUT, notice a new symptom -- replica 9 does NOT show any other data - it is blank?

unable to decode  {replica 16} 55356472000300100000 55356472000300100000
unable to decode  {replica 22} 55371e9e000000160000 553eec64000400160000
unable to decode  {replica 24} 554d53d3000100180000 554d54a4000200180000
unable to decode  {replica 25} 554d78bf000200190000 555af302000400190000
unable to decode  {replica 9}

Now, if I delete these from a server using the ldapmodify method - they go away briefly, but then if I restart the server, they come back.

Let me try to explain -- given a number of servers, say 8, if I user ldapmodify to delete from 1 of those, they seem to go away from maybe 4 of them -- but if I wait a few minutes, it is almost as though "replication" is re-adding these bad replicas from the servers that I have NOT deleted them from.

So my question is simple - is there something in the logs I can look for that would indicate the SOURCE of these bogus entries? Is the replica 9 with NO extra data any indication of something I could look for?

I am not willing to give up easily (as you might have already guessed) and I am determined to find the cause of these. I know we need more logs, but with all the traffic, the logs rollover within a few hours, and if the problem is happening at 3am for example, I am not able to track it down because the logs have rolled.

Back to my investigations.
~J

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