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Re: question on where to expire entries in server code

At 12:08 AM 2002-10-11, Gerald Carter wrote:
>On Thu, 10 Oct 2002, Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:
>> You might look at RFC 2589.
>Yeah.  Thanks.  That looked to be just was i was interested in.
>Has anyone implemented this for OpenLDAP.

 From what I gather, back-Ftree does...

>I don't see anytihing in HEAD.

back-Free was never ported to HEAD...

>Would anyone (besides me) be interested in this ?

I, personally, don't have a specific need for dynamic objects.
But the concept is interesting and an implementation might be
generally useful.

>> You might look at the FTree backend (for 2.0).
>>   http://www.openldap.org/its/?findid=1499
>> IIRC, FTree doesn't provide persistence for dynamic objects.
>> But, depending on your application, that may not be needed.
>Actually the in memory db would definitely help with a few 
>things, but I think during run time i'll end up with the same 
>issues as a persistent db.  Main thing is that I figure out the 
>existing interfaces so I don't end up going behind the curtains.