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Re: Connection Time on Ldap. (fwd)
I have been using UofM ldap for past 5 months .
I have a user database of about 1500 users and run slapd and
slurpd to replicate data from main server to 3 slave servers
in three different cities.
I had compiled ldap with posix threads.
Recently I started facing a problem in retrieving ldap queries
when the loadavg on system ( shown via top or w or cat /proc/loadavg
on Linux) goes above 4 the time taken to get a reply for a query
fired from Netscape is more than 1 minute.
I saw the same when I did a raw ldapsearch on the server.
On posting this query I was given the suggestion to use openldap.
I downloaded openldap and compiled it but slurpd doesnt seem to
be working even after compiling with threads.
It gives the standard error: slurpd currently requires thread support.
I am running ldap on Slackware Linux with kernel 2.0.35 on a
586 machine .
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Sat, 28 Nov 1998 14:54:46 +0100 (MET)
From: Ingo Luetkebohle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Sanjog Kotnis <sanjog@SpaceNETindia.com>
Subject: Re: Connection Time on Ldap.
On Fri, 27 Nov 1998, Sanjog Kotnis wrote:
> On compiling I found that slurpd is not working.
> It doesnt work even on compiling with threads.
Please report that to email@example.com
Ingo Luetkebohle / 21st Century Digital Boy
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