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Re: ldapadd still slow, even with tweaks?
"John Morrissey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote...
> I'm trying to import a large number of entries (~200,000) into an OpenLDAP
> 2.0.7 directory (installed from RPMs, openldap-servers-2.0.7-14) under
> 2.4.x. I'm basically feeding a very large ldif to ldapadd. However,
> performance is less than spectacular; about 6,000 entries every half-hour.
> CPU util stays low (10-15% cpu util on an otherwise-quiescent machine) and
> the machine's got plenty of RAM for db caching.
use (~/sbin/)slapadd to create the db. it write's the db files on it's own
so shut down slapd first) and is _much_ faster than adding data with
ldapadd via slapd.