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RE: Performance Tuning

Wow, that seems very slow.....

Basic stuff first: What version of OpenLDAP?  Are you using indexes? How
many entries?

If it's a lot of entries (that you are creating, deleting, etc; you didn't
say how many), then your queries would definitely take longer and longer if
there were no index.

Original attached message

We are doing some performance testing on our server which is connected to an
openldap slapd.  In the testing program, we do the following operations for
100 times: query the ldap server, modify entries, delete the entries, and
create them again.

The result is not very promising.  The query time is increased from 0.223
second to 3.038 second.  It will reduce to somewhere close to 0.223 if I
delete the old database directory and add in the data again using ldif add.

Is there anything we can do about it other than clean the database manually?

Thanks in advance!

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> Sent: Tuesday, January 09, 2001 2:10 AM
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> Subject: Performance Tuning
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