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Re: PAM S.O.S



No, kernel 2.0.36-3 from redhat ftp://..../updates.

Andrew Morgan a écrit :

> I'd be really surprised if this was a PAM problem. Are you running a
> 'new' kernel? Too many files open looks a lot like the sort of thing an
> out of control machine might fall over.
>
> Cheers
>
> Andrew
>
> Fathi Ben Nasr wrote:
> >
> > I have installed openldap in the suggested order with ldapns and
> > passwd, which is supposed to fix a bug in pam, on a redhat 5.2.
> > Once configured with ldapinit -m and ldapmigrate, I tried made a
> > lookup
> > with netscape communicator address book on the database, then I got
> > "no
> > such object". This is not a big problem since I am trying to set up
> > ldap
> > with no success since many weeks. The problem is that I got an unusual
> >
> > error messge when did "ps -ax". The message was "/bin/ps too many
> > files
> > open" so I shutdown the system and when rebooting, the system hanged
> > up
> > when running named:
> > I renamed named to namedbak, and the system hanged when running dhcpd
> > I renamed dhcpd to dhcpdbak, and the system hanged when running
> > sendmail, then smbd, ...
> > finally after renaming many files, the system went to the login prompt
> >
> > but now I takes long time to verify my password for then refuising my
> > connection with no further message.
> >
> > FAthi Ben NAsr.
> >
> >
>
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