On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 08:37:37AM -0500, Mark London wrote:
Hi - I'm using SSSD 1.8.93 on redhat, which has worked great for
Are you sure about the version? This sounds like some 1.9 pre-release in
which case you should definitely upgrade.
many many months. Recently, the certificate for our ldap server
expired, and then an incorrect one was installed. This is has
caused SSSD authentications to intermittently fail, and the SSSD log
files start to fill up with constant messages, like the following:
(Mon Feb 18 14:00:15 2013) [sssd[nss]] [accept_fd_handler] (0x0020):
Accept failed [Too many open files]
I think you are hitting https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/ticket/1655
Anyhow, the 1.9 series contains quite a couple of fixes related to f
leaks. I recommend upgrading.
This caused the system disk to be totally filled up, breaking
everything else running on the server. Perhaps SSSD could try to
automatically restart, when this error message is encountered? Or
perhaps someone can suggest a better solution to this problem.
Thanks. - Mark
sssd-devel mailing list