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Re: (ITS#7182) back-ldap monitoring improvements
I gave a quick look to your submission, but I really have no opportunity
to seriously consider it so I'm afraid I need to give up, sorry.
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> On 02/28/2012 04:26 PM, email@example.com wrote:
>> I have prepared some patches to back-ldap (and one to back-monitor) that
>> operation and connection monitoring information from a running back-ldap
>> database and I would like to see this or similar functionality included
>> in the
>> OpenLDAP codebase.
>> The url above contains a patchset against HEAD for review.
>> The following things are yet to be resolved:
>> - there is no monitoring of completed operations yet, only operations
>> against the remote database(s).
>> - the binds performed by the ldap_back_default_rebind function are not
>> - slapo-chain has not been tested yet
> After playing with slapo-chain, looks like the monitoring support has
> been a noop and properly enabling it might take a more intrusive patch
> than the one included above.
>> - test suite integration: back-ldap looks excluded from the test suite
> Looking further at the test suite, enabling back-ldap testing might also
> be a little more effort, maybe out of scope of such an ITS.
>> - better connection handling (connections should have stable
> So far, I have had no revelation on how to proceed on this one.
> Pierangelo and others, could some of you take a look at the proposed
> changes and comment on what else should be improved or fixed?
> - --
> Ondrej Kuznik
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