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Re: [Fedora-directory-users] error when restarting FDS

2007/2/7, Morris, Patrick <patrick morris hp com>:
> From: fedora-directory-users-bounces redhat com
> This night, FDS (1.0.2) refused to start after backup. I
> found this in the logs :
> [06/Feb/2007:22:04:39 +0100] - slapd stopped.
>         Fedora-Directory/1.0.2 B2006.060.1951
>         host:389 (/opt/fedora-ds/slapd-supann)
> [06/Feb/2007:22:04:51 +0100] dse - The entry cn=config in
> file /opt/fedora-ds/slapd-supann/config/dse.ldif is invalid,
> error code 53 (DSA is unwilling to perform) -
> nsslapd-maxdescriptors: invalid value "65536", maximum file
> descriptors must range from 1 to 1024 (the current process limit)
> [06/Feb/2007:22:04:51 +0100] dse - Could not load config file
> [dse.ldif]

How are you settigng your file descriptor limits, and how does the
backup run?  Chances are that when the server is restarted after the
backup, they are not set correctly. I'm going to take a wild guess that
it runs out of cron with an environment that's not set with the right

Thanks for your answers,

To reply the first mail, "ulimit -n" returns 1024.

I run my backup with a script called by bacula (which runs with root
Here's the content of the script :

echo "stopping fedora directory server"
/etc/init.d/fds stop
echo "rsyncing"
/usr/bin/rsync -a --delete /opt/fedora-ds /opt/fedora-ds.rsync
sleep 10
echo "starting fedora directory server"
/etc/init.d/fds start

Do you know what command I should add to this script to set up the
environment correctly ?

Thanks in advance,
Mikael Kermorgant

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