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Re: Optimizing OpenLDAP pam authentication (it's very slow)
Try re-generating uniqueMember indexing and see if that helps.
Matthew Gregg wrote:
> But I no longer have memberUid in my LDAP. Should I index a
> nonexistent object?
> As my email stated, the PADL migrations scripts create ldif's that use
> the memberUid schema, but after some advice from this group I changed
> the migrations script to produce grouOfUniqueNames/uniqueMember
> At the point that I was in fact using memberUid's I did have it
> indexed and had the exact same performance problem.
> Does anyone know the correct "configuration" for nsswitch/pam
> authentication? Is it "memberUid" or "grouOfUniqueNames/uniqueMember"
> or neither?
> On Thu, May 31, 2001 at 04:53:45PM +0200, GOMBAS Gabor wrote:
> > On Thu, May 31, 2001 at 10:35:59AM -0400, Matthew Gregg wrote:
> > > index uid,cn,objectclass,uidnumber,gidnumber eq
> > > index uniqueMember pres
> > You do not have an index for memberUid. That means slapd has to walk
> > over _all_ entries in your database each time you do a search on it.
> > Do not be surprised if it is slow...
> > General advice: either index every attribute you want to use in searches or
> > be very patient.
> > Gabor
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