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RE: (ITS#3564) Programatic Insert Scaleability Problem
>You're forgetting that an LDAP server is optimized for many reads and
>few writes. If your application profile doesn't fit this description,
>then you should probably use something else. Most installations that
>load large databases do so offline.
There is a difference between being optimized, and just not working. I expect to pay a performance penalty for using ldap when I am doing a load of the data. Our applications are almost always reads once things are up and going... However, I still have to be able to actually put the data into the ldap server at the beginning. And since the data I have is not in the ldif format, I can't bulk load it.
I even went so far as to load my data into the old Netscape DS server (which worked just fine) and then doing a ldif dump from that, to try to load into openLdap - but something was off with the resulting ldif that openLdap didn't like... I haven't investigated that any further yet.
>debug level 0 should only be logging serious errors. Something doesn't
>sound right here.
My mistake, I was thinking level 1. I'll rerun with level 0.