[horde] Sweating Bullets!! Help!

Chris grooveman at comcast.net
Thu Mar 30 03:53:24 PST 2006

Hi Barry,

I have done this.  There are no unusual connections, and I do not use

Thanks though...

Barry Flanagan wrote:

>Chris wrote:
>>Yes, OBSD 3.8 runs chrooted by default, sorry I didn't mention, but I
>>didn't think it was significant here... but I gaurantee you, the path is
>>not wrong.  I have been down that road at the time of setup (over 3
>>months ago).  Remember, horde was running great until yesterday. The
>>socket hasn't changed, and the path has not changed.  The socket is
>>there.  If the path were wrong, the perms were bad or the socket were
>>deleted, horde wouldn't work at all.  It works, it just takes 10 minutes
>>to load a page.
>>That is the frustrating thing, Nothing changed!  It was running like a
>>top up until yesterday.  I am the only one with admin access, and I 
>>haven't touched configuration in a month.  I am thinking something is
>>wrong with my datatree table...  I have already trimmed out the history
>>from it... Is there something I can do to rebuild this table to test
>>this hypothesis?
>Do you by any chance have external LDAP directories set up? I suffered
>from slowness once which I tracked down to the fact that it was trying
>to contact bigfoot but I had access to external LDAP ports blocked.
>Nothing would happen until the request timed out.
>Might be worth running a netstat on the box and see if there are any
>connections trying to be established.
>Hope this helps.

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