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Re: Quick Technical questions
> o. What does OpenLDAP do, on Linux (or other such limited system) when
> a file gets to the 2 gigabyte mark? Is it smart enough to split the
> files, or does it just truncate when size_t rolls over?
OpenLDAP depends on whatever underlying database engine you are using,
so you need to refer to the documentation for that. I would advise
using an OS with a filesystem type that is not limited to 2GB. There
are many available, probably even on your Linux system.
> o. Is OpenLDAP smart enough to optimize queries based on the base DN
> of a search, or does it scan through everything and then limit stuff
> that doesn't match the DN filter?
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