Hi Friends,

Any idea why ns-slapd process is suddenly taking 80% of cpu and generating huge logs?
We are having iPlanet 6.0 SP3 application server running on Solaris 8.0 operating system.
Today we have seen the CPU utilization of this box is very high and found this particular process is causing the problem.
We also found that fsflush is taking high cpu some times.
Please Find the attached content form access log.

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[09/Mar/2006:10:53:30 +0800] conn=18 op=-1 fd=41 closed - B1
[09/Mar/2006:10:53:30 +0800] conn=12 op=-1 fd=33 closed - B1
[09/Mar/2006:10:53:30 +0800] conn=18 op=-1 fd=41 closed - B1
[09/Mar/2006:10:53:30 +0800] conn=12 op=-1 fd=33 closed - B1
[09/Mar/2006:10:53:30 +0800] conn=18 op=-1 fd=41 closed - B1
[09/Mar/2006:10:53:30 +0800] conn=12 op=-1 fd=33 closed - B1
[09/Mar/2006:10:53:30 +0800] conn=18 op=-1 fd=41 closed - B1
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PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE TIME CPU COMMAND
 1280 nobody 30 41 0 33M 28M cpu/1 243.0H 63.02% ns-slapd
 1335 root 80 48 0 3012M 2745M sleep 388:26 7.61% .kjs
 1310 root 41 48 0 48M 35M sleep 68:43 1.14% .kxs
 7247 root 18 41 0 94M 56M sleep 0:44 0.33% java
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Thu Mar 9 09:20:45 SGT 2006
     UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD
    root 0 0 0 Mar 04 ? 0:01 sched
    root 1 0 0 Mar 04 ? 0:26 /etc/init -
    root 2 0 0 Mar 04 ? 0:00 pageout
    root 3 0 1 Mar 04 ? 187:27 fsflush
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Regards
Sudhakar..