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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23548] - prefork model on solaris 2.6 mod_ldap leaves connections to ldap in close_wait
Date Thu, 14 Oct 2004 21:11:16 GMT
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prefork model on solaris 2.6 mod_ldap leaves connections to ldap in close_wait

todd@mtu.edu changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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            Version|2.0.47                      |2.0.52



------- Additional Comments From todd@mtu.edu  2004-10-14 21:11 -------
I have been testing this extensively on RedHat AS 3.0 (Taroon Update 1) with
kernel 2.6.7 and I still see it happening using Apache 2.0.52.  I can duplicate
it easily by setting the cache TTLs to 30 seconds and my OpenLDAP server
idletimeout to 60 seconds.  Simply login to the server, refresh the page once or
twice, then wait 60 seconds.  For some reason I have to do this 5 times for it
to "break".  If I do a netstat -anp on the web server machine I see 5 LDAP
sessions in CLOSE_WAIT state attached to httpd children.  I should also mention
that this only happens with LDAPS connections.  If I switch my URL to LDAP the
CLOSE_WAIT session is either reaped or reused.  It does go into CLOSE_WAIT, but
it gets "fixed".  I hope this information was helpful.  Please contact
todd@mtu.edu with further questions.

By the way, shutting off the cache causes the server's children to seg fault
continuously.

Todd Piket (todd@mtu.edu)
Analyst/Programmer
Distributed Computing Services
Michigan Technological University

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