SASLAuthD keeps dying.
ken at oceana.com
Sat Dec 28 00:02:59 EST 2002
> Oliver Jones wrote:
> Howdy folks. I have a bit of a tricky problem.
> SASLAUTHD keeps dying for no easily identifiable reason.
> I am running Cyrus 2.1.11 and SASL 2.1.10. My server is running
> RedHat 7.3. I built Cyrus from source RPM's provided by Simon Matter.
> I have saslauthd setup to use pam as it's auth mechanisim. My
> /etc/pam.d/imap & pop configs use pam_ldap to authenticate with with
> my OpenLDAP server.
> SASLAuthD will run for some time without any problems. It will then
> die. I have no idea why it is dying. I think it is either
> seg-faulting or dying from other signal. Perhaps sig-pipe.
> Anyway can anyone help me!! I'm desperate here. I've been trying to
> identify the source of the problem with a debugger but not having much
Is saslauthd dumping core? If not, then you might have to use 'ulimit'
to set the core file size to something other than 0. Something like the
following should get you a core, assuming that saslauthd actually tries
to dump one:
ulimit -c unlimited
saslauthd -a pam &
My guess is that saslauthd itself isn't the problem, and the PAM
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