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Re: back-meta hangs (ITS#3058)
> Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
>> why don't you just use back-ldap? back-meta is worth the effort
>> only if you need multiple targets;
> I need it specifically for multiple targets so I have dynamic failover.
> There's no point for me if it doesn't work.
> However, I can see in slapd-ldap manpage that I can specify multiple
> targets in uri, just as in slapd-meta, but is it true or is it just
> documentation fragment copy/pasted from slapd-meta?
> I need to be sure that it will work because I can only reproduce the
> problem on a production system, and haven't been able to reproduce it
> with artificial load...
It is true; that's why I suggested you to try back-ldap. Whether it will
do "dynamic failover" or not it's a different issue...
Note that multiple URIs in one directive, for back-meta, are separated by
tabs ('\t'), while for back-ldap they're separated by spaces or commas;
back-meta differs, because it requires the naming context, and naming
contexts can contain spaces and usually do contain commas, and we don't
want the URI directive to be URL-escaped! (although it should...)
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