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Re: concurrency problems with 'set=' directive
2.0.27 has been obsoleted a few years ago and since then it's no longer
supported. Please check if the problem occurs with the latest release.
> The problem appeared when I wanted to migrate my directory from openLdap
> 2.0.27 (redhat 7.X) to openLdap 2.0.27 (redhat 9).
> When I run requests on concurrency, results becomes wrong, that means
> that instead of finding 5 results (for example) it gonna return me 0 and
> somethimes 1 or 2 rows.
> I run concurrency by starting two shell scripts (on 2 différent
> machines) executing loop on ldapsearch 1000 times.
> My directory contains users and lists of people. I want to allow users
> to see people only if they have "myattribut" set to "yes" so I'm using
> directive "Set=" in my acl to filter output :
> -- slapd.conf --
> attributetype ( 188.8.131.52.6 NAME ( 'myattribut' ) SUP name )
> access to dn.regex="ou=level2,o=level1$"
> by set="user/myattribut & [yes]" read
> In my slapd.conf, I've tried several config by playing with
> "concurrency", "threads", "cachesize", "dbcachesize" but none solves my
> Remarque on the case "concurrency 1" and "threads 1" : whereas in the
> others context the problem appears as soon as I start my second shell
> script, in this particular case, the concurrency problem appears later,
> after many hundreds of requests.
> Just another point, after the result be corrupted, it stays as is even
> if I start only one shell script.
> Have you any idea ?
> Thanks and Regards
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