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Re: (ITS#3835) Lightweight Listener Thread

--On Friday, July 08, 2005 8:13 PM -0400 Sang s Lim <slim@us.ibm.com> wrote:

>> I'm not particularly interested in testing with a large number of idle
>> connections.  The solution to idle clients is the idletimeout setting in
>> slapd.conf.  I'd have to figure out how to set up a large number of idle
>> connections as well.
> A simple socket program which establishes TCP connections to slapd without
> sending subsequent LDAP requests will work for the experiment with a
> number of idle connections.
>> I was hoping this patch was more designed at increasing throughput
>> performance.
> Even though this patch only aims at responsive and resilient improvement,
> I think it is an important issue as you can see in the following link.
> http://www.openldap.org/lists/openldap-software/200505/msg00206.html
> This patch may relieve the problem posted in the link.

I can see how it might help relieve the problem in that post, although I'm 
not sure if I would call the patch more responsive (where I define that as 
a betterment in getting results).  Definately more resilient, in that 
connections will be accepted (if not acted upon).

> BTW, I'm also looking into throughput improvement. So I hope a throughput
> improvement patch
> is provided soon.

Wonderful. :)


Quanah Gibson-Mount
Product Engineer
Symas Corporation
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