On 10/19/2016 06:28 PM, Andrew E. Bruno wrote:
On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 05:41:37PM +0200, Ludwig Krispenz wrote:
On 10/19/2016 05:02 PM, Ludwig Krispenz wrote:
On 10/19/2016 03:48 PM, Andrew E. Bruno wrote:
On Wed, Oct 19, 2016 at 10:13:26AM +0200, Ludwig Krispenz wrote:
On 10/18/2016 08:52 PM, Andrew E. Bruno wrote:
We had one of our replicas fail today with the following errors:


[18/Oct/2016:13:40:47 -0400]
agmt="cn=meTosrv-m14-32.cbls.ccr.buffalo.edu"
(srv-m14-32:389) - Can't locate CSN 58065ef3000100030000 in
the changelog (DB rc=-30988). If replication stops, the
consumer may need to be reinitialized.
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:07 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
changelog program - _cl5WriteOperationTxn: retry (49) the
transaction (csn=58065f74000500040000) failed (rc=-30993
(BDB0068 DB_LOCK_DEADLOCK: Locker killed to resolve a
deadlock))
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:07 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
changelog program - _cl5WriteOperationTxn: failed to write
entry with csn (58065f74000500040000); db error - -30993
BDB0068 DB_LOCK_DEADLOCK: Locker killed to resolve a
deadlock
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:07 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
write_changelog_and_ruv: can't add a change for
uid=janedoe,cn=users,cn=accounts,dc=cbls,dc=ccr,dc=buffalo,dc=edu
(uniqid: 939bca48-2ced11e5-ac0b8f7e-e0b1a377, optype: 64) to
changelog csn 58065f74000500040000
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:07 -0400] -
SLAPI_PLUGIN_BE_TXN_POST_MODRDN_FN plugin returned error but
did not set SLAPI_RESULT_CODE
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:07 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
process_postop: Failed to apply update
(58065f74000500040000) error (1).  Aborting replication
session(conn=1314106 op=1688559)
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:12 -0400] - cos_cache_change_notify:
modified entry is NULL--updating cache just in case
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:12 -0400] - Skipping CoS Definition
cn=Password
Policy,cn=accounts,dc=cbls,dc=ccr,dc=buffalo,dc=edu--no CoS
Templates found, which should be added before the CoS
Definition.
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:20 -0400] - Operation error fetching Null
DN (4a729f9a-955a11e6-aaffa516-e778e883), error -30993.
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:20 -0400] - dn2entry_ext: Failed to get
id for changenumber=30856302,cn=changelog from entryrdn
index (-30993)
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:20 -0400] - Operation error fetching
changenumber=30856302,cn=changelog (null), error -30993.
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:20 -0400] DSRetroclPlugin - replog: an
error occured while adding change number 30856302, dn =
changenumber=30856302,cn=changelog: Operations error.
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:20 -0400] retrocl-plugin -
retrocl_postob: operation failure [1]
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:20 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
process_postop: Failed to apply update
(58065f9f000000600000) error (1).  Aborting replication
session(conn=1901274 op=5)
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:24 -0400] - ldbm_back_seq deadlock retry
BAD 1601, err=0 BDB0062 Successful return: 0
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:25 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
changelog program - _cl5WriteOperationTxn: retry (49) the
transaction (csn=58065f7c000a00040000) failed (rc=-30993
(BDB0068 DB_LOCK_DEADLOCK: Locker killed to resolve a
deadlock))
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:25 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
changelog program - _cl5WriteOperationTxn: failed to write
entry with csn (58065f7c000a00040000); db error - -30993
BDB0068 DB_LOCK_DEADLOCK: Locker killed to resolve a
deadlock
[18/Oct/2016:13:43:25 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
write_changelog_and_ruv: can't add a change for
uid=janedoe,cn=users,cn=accounts,dc=cbls,dc=ccr,dc=buffalo,dc=edu
(uniqid: 4080421a-2d0211e5-ac0b8f7e-e0b1a377, optype: 64) to
changelog csn 58065f7c000a00040000


ns-slapd was hung so we restarted and now it's stuck and
won't come back up. It
hangs up here:

[18/Oct/2016:14:12:31 -0400] - Skipping CoS Definition
cn=Password
Policy,cn=accounts,dc=cbls,dc=ccr,dc=buffalo,dc=edu--no CoS
Templates found, which should be added before the CoS
Definition.
[18/Oct/2016:14:12:31 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
changelog program - _cl5NewDBFile: PR_DeleteSemaphore: 
/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-CBLS-CCR-BUFFALO-EDU/cldb/a32992ce-71b811e5-9d33a516-e778e883.sema;
NSPR error - -5943
[18/Oct/2016:14:12:32 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin -
changelog program - _cl5NewDBFile: PR_DeleteSemaphore: 
/var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-CBLS-CCR-BUFFALO-EDU/cldb/986efe12-71b811e5-9d33a516-e778e883.sema;
NSPR error - -5943


Tried deleting the semaphore files and restarting but no
luck. Attached
is a stacktrace of the stuck ns-slapd process.

Here's the versions were running:

ipa-server-4.2.0-15.0.1.el7.centos.19.x86_64
389-ds-base-1.3.4.0-33.el7_2.x86_64

FWIW, we were experimenting with the new life-cycle
management features,
specifically "preserved" users and deleted the user
"janedoe" when this
happened.  From the errors above looks like this host failed to
replicate the change?  Not sure if this is related or not.

Is it possible to recover the database? Thanks in advance
for any pointers.
from the stack trace the process is not hanging, it is trying to
recover.
After a crash/kill  the changelog does not contai a RUV and it is
reconstructed by reading all records in the changelog, if this
is large it
can take some time.
If you look at that part of the stack repeatedly,

#4  0x00007f4e88daeba5 in cl5DBData2Entry (data=<optimized out>,
len=<optimized out>, entry=entry@entry=0x7ffff6598910) at
ldap/servers/plugins/replication/cl5_api.c:2342
          rc = <optimized out>
          version = <optimized out>
          pos = 0x7f4e9839d091 ""
          strCSN = 0x0
          op = 0x7ffff6598980
          add_mods = 0x7f4e983a5e80
          rawDN = 0x7f4e98396e20 
"fqdn=cpn-k08-29-02.cbls.ccr.buffalo.edu,cn=computers,cn=accounts,dc=cbls,dc=ccr,dc=buffalo,dc=edu"
          s =
"\300\037>\230N\177\000\000@\210Y\366\377\177\000\000@\210Y\366\377"
#5  0x00007f4e88daf5d6 in _cl5GetNextEntry
(entry=entry@entry=0x7ffff6598910, iterator=0x7f4e983a5e80) at
ldap/servers/plugins/replication/cl5_api.c:5291
          rc = 0
          it = 0x7f4e983a5e80
          key = {data = 0x0, size = 21, ulen = 0, dlen = 0, doff
= 0, app_data = 0x0, flags = 16}
          data = {data = 0x7f4e9839cff0, size = 335, ulen = 0,
dlen = 0, doff = 0, app_data = 0x0, flags = 16}
#6  0x00007f4e88dafb34 in _cl5ConstructRUV (purge=1,
obj=0x7f4e983e1fc0, replGen=0x7ffff6598910
"\200\211Y\366\377\177") at
ldap/servers/plugins/replication/cl5_api.c:4306


you should see some progress in which entry is handled

Ludwig, thanks very much for the help. As you pointed out just
needed to let it
finish.  ns-slapd eventually came back up once it finished reading the
changelog. Still seeing some errors related to the
NSMMReplicationPlugin failed
to apply update and from the managed-entries-plugin. Can these safely be
ignored or are they indicative of a more serious problem?

[19/Oct/2016:09:28:46 -0400] - Operation error fetching Null DN
(e73b48a4-95ff11e6-8bc7a516-e778e883), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:46 -0400] - dn2entry_ext: Failed to get id for
changenumber=30856335,cn=changelog from entryrdn index (-30993)
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:46 -0400] - Operation error fetching
changenumber=30856335,cn=changelog (null), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:46 -0400] DSRetroclPlugin - replog: an error
occured while adding change number 30856335, dn =
changenumber=30856335,cn=changelog: Operations error.
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:46 -0400] retrocl-plugin - retrocl_postob:
operation failure [1]
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:46 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin - process_postop:
Failed to apply update (5806acf7000000600000) error (1).  Aborting
replication session(conn=9 op=28)
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:54 -0400] - Operation error fetching Null DN
(e73b48a7-95ff11e6-8bc7a516-e778e883), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:59 -0400] - dn2entry_ext: Failed to get id for
changenumber=30856337,cn=changelog from entryrdn index (-30993)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:17 -0400] - Operation error fetching
changenumber=30856337,cn=changelog (null), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:17 -0400] DSRetroclPlugin - replog: an error
occured while adding change number 30856337, dn =
changenumber=30856337,cn=changelog: Operations error.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:17 -0400] retrocl-plugin - retrocl_postob:
operation failure [1]
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:17 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin - process_postop:
Failed to apply update (5806acf7000000600000) error (1).  Aborting
replication session(conn=15 op=5)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:20 -0400] - Retry count exceeded in delete
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:20 -0400] DSRetroclPlugin - delete_changerecord:
could not delete change record 30712389 (rc: 51)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:28 -0400] - Operation error fetching Null DN
(0afe8e82-960011e6-8bc7a516-e778e883), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:28 -0400] - dn2entry_ext: Failed to get id for
changenumber=30856351,cn=changelog from entryrdn index (-30993)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:28 -0400] - Operation error fetching
changenumber=30856351,cn=changelog (null), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:28 -0400] DSRetroclPlugin - replog: an error
occured while adding change number 30856351, dn =
changenumber=30856351,cn=changelog: Operations error.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:28 -0400] retrocl-plugin - retrocl_postob:
operation failure [1]
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:28 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin - process_postop:
Failed to apply update (5806acf7000000600000) error (1).  Aborting
replication session(conn=25 op=5)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:31 -0400] - Retry count exceeded in delete
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:31 -0400] DSRetroclPlugin - delete_changerecord:
could not delete change record 30712865 (rc: 51)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:39 -0400] - Operation error fetching Null DN
(0afe8e90-960011e6-8bc7a516-e778e883), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:39 -0400] - dn2entry_ext: Failed to get id for
changenumber=30856364,cn=changelog from entryrdn index (-30993)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:39 -0400] - Operation error fetching
changenumber=30856364,cn=changelog (null), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:39 -0400] DSRetroclPlugin - replog: an error
occured while adding change number 30856364, dn =
changenumber=30856364,cn=changelog: Operations error.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:39 -0400] retrocl-plugin - retrocl_postob:
operation failure [1]
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:39 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin - process_postop:
Failed to apply update (5806acf7000000600000) error (1).  Aborting
replication session(conn=35 op=5)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:42 -0400] - Retry count exceeded in delete
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:42 -0400] DSRetroclPlugin - delete_changerecord:
could not delete change record 30713364 (rc: 51)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:42 -0400] - Operation error fetching Null DN
(0afe8ea0-960011e6-8bc7a516-e778e883), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:42 -0400] - dn2entry_ext: Failed to get id for
changenumber=30856379,cn=changelog from entryrdn index (-30993)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:42 -0400] - Operation error fetching
changenumber=30856379,cn=changelog (null), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:42 -0400] DSRetroclPlugin - replog: an error
occured while adding change number 30856379, dn =
changenumber=30856379,cn=changelog: Operations error.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:42 -0400] retrocl-plugin - retrocl_postob:
operation failure [1]
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:42 -0400] NSMMReplicationPlugin - process_postop:
Failed to apply update (5806acf7000000600000) error (1).  Aborting
replication session(conn=36 op=5)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:50 -0400] - Operation error fetching Null DN
(0afe8ea2-960011e6-8bc7a516-e778e883), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:50 -0400] - dn2entry_ext: Failed to get id for
changenumber=30856380,cn=changelog from entryrdn index (-30993)
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:50 -0400] - Operation error fetching
changenumber=30856380,cn=changelog (null), error -30993.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:50 -0400] DSRetroclPlugin - replog: an error
occured while adding change number 30856380, dn =
changenumber=30856380,cn=changelog: Operations error.
[19/Oct/2016:09:29:50 -0400] retrocl-plugin - retrocl_postob:
operation failure [1]
this doesn't look good. There could be cancelled ops which would be
repeated, but the failing repl op is always with the same csn:
5806acf7000000600000
so it seems incoming replication is stuck.
you could try to find out which entry is affected (grep for the csn in
the access log and look at the operation) and what kind of modification
it is to check what could be going wrong.

Here's what was in the access logs for that csn:

access.20161018-113116:[19/Oct/2016:09:28:46 -0400] conn=9 op=28 RESULT err=1 
tag=103 nentries=0 etime=3 csn=5806acf7000000600000
access.20161018-113116:[19/Oct/2016:09:29:17 -0400] conn=15 op=5 RESULT err=1 
tag=103 nentries=0 etime=24 csn=5806acf7000000600000
access.20161018-113116:[19/Oct/2016:09:29:28 -0400] conn=25 op=5 RESULT err=1 
tag=103 nentries=0 etime=0 csn=5806acf7000000600000
access.20161018-113116:[19/Oct/2016:09:29:39 -0400] conn=35 op=5 RESULT err=1 
tag=103 nentries=0 etime=0 csn=5806acf7000000600000
access.20161018-113116:[19/Oct/2016:09:29:42 -0400] conn=36 op=5 RESULT err=1 
tag=103 nentries=0 etime=0 csn=5806acf7000000600000
access.20161018-113116:[19/Oct/2016:09:29:50 -0400] conn=37 op=5 RESULT err=1 
tag=103 nentries=0 etime=0 csn=5806acf7000000600000
access.20161018-113116:[19/Oct/2016:09:29:54 -0400] conn=44 op=5 RESULT err=1 
tag=103 nentries=0 etime=1 csn=5806acf7000000600000
access.20161018-113116:[19/Oct/2016:09:29:58 -0400] conn=45 op=5 RESULT err=1 
tag=103 nentries=0 etime=0 csn=5806acf7000000600000
access.20161018-113116:[19/Oct/2016:09:30:06 -0400] conn=46 op=5 RESULT err=1 
tag=103 nentries=0 etime=4 csn=5806acf7000000600000
access.20161018-113116:[19/Oct/2016:09:30:12 -0400] conn=48 op=5 RESULT err=0 
tag=103 nentries=0 etime=2 csn=5806acf7000000600000


Interestingly, right before the first op=28 was the modification of user
janedoe, we were testing deleting/preserving this user:

[19/Oct/2016:09:28:43 -0400] conn=9 op=27 MOD 
dn="cn=MasterCRL,ou=crlIssuingPoints,ou=ca,o=ipaca"
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:43 -0400] conn=10 op=15 RESULT err=0 tag=103 nentries=0 
etime=0 csn=58065f7c000300030000
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:43 -0400] conn=10 op=16 MODRDN 
dn="uid=janedoe,cn=users,cn=accounts,dc=cbls,dc=ccr,dc=buffalo,dc=edu" 
newrdn="uid=janedoe" newsuperior="cn=deleted 
users,cn=accounts,cn=provisioning,dc=cbls,dc=ccr,dc=buffalo,dc=edu"
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:43 -0400] conn=9 op=27 RESULT err=0 tag=103 nentries=0 
etime=0 csn=5806a973000000600000
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:43 -0400] conn=9 op=28 MOD 
dn="cn=MasterCRL,ou=crlIssuingPoints,ou=ca,o=ipaca"
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:46 -0400] conn=9 op=28 RESULT err=1 tag=103 nentries=0 
etime=3 csn=5806acf7000000600000
[19/Oct/2016:09:28:46 -0400] conn=9 op=-1 fd=88 closed - B4
Note that janedoe operation and 5806acf7000000600000 operation were on different suffixes but are sharing the retroCL.
According to

[19/Oct/2016:09:30:06 -0400] managed-entries-plugin - mep_mod_post_op: Unable to find 
config for origin entry "uid=janedoe,cn=deleted 
users,cn=accounts,cn=provisioning,dc=cbls,dc=ccr,dc=buffalo,dc=edu".

We may think that operation 'conn=10 op=16' completed (but likely failed) on 
9:30:06 and only then 5806acf7000000600000
 was successfully replicated.

There may be interaction between both operation, 'janedoe' that was to fail but 
preventing other updates to complete.

It would be interesting to get full logs (access/errors): 19/Oct/2016:09:28:43 
-> 19/Oct/2016:09:30:20
and also the dump of 'janedoe' entry.



the information of what is the change with csn 5806acf7000000600000, it
should be found in the changelog of the server with the replicaid 96.
Where can I find/query the changelog?

You may dump it with: dbscan -f /var/lib/dirsrv/slapd-CBLS-CCR-BUFFALO-EDU/cldb/xxx.db

there is also the possibility that your retro changelog got corrupted. could
you try to query the retrocl: ldapsearch ..... -b "cn=changelog" dn
Guessing the changelog is too big or I need to increase some limit?

ldapsearch -Y GSSAPI -b "cn=changelog" dn
# extended LDIF
#
# LDAPv3
# base <cn=changelog> with scope subtree
# filter: (objectclass=*)
# requesting: dn
#

# search result
search: 4
result: 11 Administrative limit exceeded

Can you do the same operation being 'cn=directory manager' ?


and before rebuilding or reimporting the database it would be worth to try
to recreate the retro changelog
I'm not seeing anymore errors in the logs. Is there any way to verify if
replication has caught up?

Thanks again for all the help.




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