(Answer) (Category) OpenLDAP Faq-O-Matic : (Category) Trash : (Answer) How do I disable sync-on-write?
In general, it is a bad idea to disable sync-on-write as any failure may lead to significant loss of data, if not complete corruption of the database.
slapd, by default, synchronizes the underlying DB after each modification. This is safe, but slow. In situations where you do not need this protection (such as on a slave server), you can disable write sync by specifying the database configuration directive

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