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configurable keepalive setting through libldap?
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- Subject: configurable keepalive setting through libldap?
- From: Ralf Haferkamp <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2009 16:45:48 +0200
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since quite some time libldap enables tcp-keepalive, e.g. to detected dangling
syncrepl connections. However the default timeout of two hours that most
systems are using might be a bit too long for some applications (e.g. I had a
problem lately were nscd didn't answer queries anymore because nss_ldap was
blocking in SSL_read() while the underlying connection has been cut off). On
the other hand messing with the system wide settings might no be a good idea
either. On Linux it is possible to configure the keepalive settings on a per
socket basis through the TCP_KEEP* socket options.
Would it be worth adding ldap_set_option() support for those, even if they are
not really portable?