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Re: why is adding records slow?

Thus spake Randy Kunkee:

> I haven't seen anybody suggest turning on "dbcachenosync" yet.
> By default, OpenLDAP syncs the db to disk after every update, which
> will certainly slow things down.  If you disable this, you should get
> much better performance.

I also haven't noticed any suggestions of logging tuning.  You can either
turn off logging altogether, or disable immediate fsync() in syslog.  For
example, if your entry looks like this:

local4.debug		/var/log/ldap.log

change it to:

local4.debug		-/var/log/ldap.log

I'm not sure, but I don't think slapadd logs, but slapd does.

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