Derryle, > Well.. I have an LDM server. LDM Repeatedly dies during the night. > > Since it drops no core file. If an LDM process repeatedly crashes during the night, then I believe the best thing to do would be to ensure that it dumps a core file so that the cause of the crash can be determined. Would you please do whatever is necessary on your system to allow LDM processes to create a core file. This might involve setting the "core file size" parameter managed by the "ulimit" utility to "unlimited" in the LDM-user profile file, telling the operating-system to allow setuid processes that are owned by root to create core files, and disabling SELINUX (if you're using that subsystem). Then, would you please re-install the LDM with support for debugging. The commands you must execute should be something like the following: cd $HOME/src make distclean ./configure CFLAGS=-g >configure.log 2>&1 make >make.log 2>&1 ldmadmin stop make install >install.log 2>&1 sudo make install-setuids ldmadmin start make clean Then, when an LDM process crashes, it should create a core- file in the LDM user's home directory. Would you then please send me a trace of the stack of the core-file. Incidentally, what version of the LDM are you running and what is the output of the command "uname -a"? Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: FVI-123021 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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