|OpenLDAP Faq-O-Matic : Trash : 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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