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Coredump due to LDAP

Sangeetha Rao
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Joined: Aug 01, 2005
Posts: 33
A coredump happened recently in our system and we found that it was due to LDAP. This Broadcast Message from root (msglog) on our Solaris 10 server
Updating /var/tmp/coreminer.log.622 on SOL10... Found: /opt/nortel/omea612ac20/3rdparty/sunone/slapd-omea/logs/core
Renamed to : /core.1.Fri_Jun20_22h38m29s
Info: ELF 32-bit MSB core file SPARC Version 1, from 'ns-slapd' **********************************************************

Stack Trace ebugging core file of ns-slapd (32-bit) from SOL10 initial argv:
./ns-slapd -D /opt/nortel/omea/3rdparty/sunone/slapd-omea -i /opt/nortel/omea/3
threading model: multi-threaded using native lwps
status: process terminated by SIGSEGV (Segmentation Fault)
0xfeae0b54(884fc8, 17acf28, fb82ff2c, 0, 17acf28, 17acf28)

Any idea as to how can this be debugged?
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