Few days ago rep.log started to grow rapidly (cca 20GB per a day). we were trying to find what is the cause of that and we found that slurp.exe and slapd.exe are taking cca 50% of CPU (and sometimes slapd.exe is flapping).
IP addresses are IPCC1 - 10.64.224.111 and IPCC2 - 10.64.224.112.
Also we had problem with overloaded disk and services were down but we managed to start them and everything seemed like it is working fine but then we noticed that rep.log is all the time actually growing rapidly.
Do you have any ideas what could be the problem? and any idea how to solve it?
IPCCXs are in production so we have to find solution ASAP.
At the end we opened TAC case and we were solving this problem for few months. When we stopped the growing of the rep.log (and problem with slapd and slurpd processes) than we had the problem with backup. We did a lot of things but those that "helped" the most are: the procedure for synchronizing directory services (few times), page 40 in this pdf:
applied some patch that TAC send and at the end conclusion was that the problem was in corrupted file for LDAP credentials. They copied that file from IPCC2 and apply it for IPCC1 and after that the problem was solved.
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