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Re: LDAP server farm?
Markus, the Ad-Mall-Project have one likes this.
Two ldap-stores after a load-balancer.
You need one master-store or data-base, who update the stores, if you
often change input in the stores.
On Tue, Jan 08, 2002 at 08:32:45AM +0100, Markus Benning wrote:
> i think its not possible.
> As far as i know this will corrupt the Data in your Database Files.
> But i think there should be a locking mechanism which shoud you
> beware from multiple opens.
> I'm not a Berkley DB expert so this will be wrong.
> Why don't use Replication ?
> The Database is stored local on the Server -> faster performance
> And your NFS Share will be a singe-point-of-failure.
> On Mon, Jan 07, 2002 at 10:54:46AM -0500, Ajit Nair wrote:
> > Can anyone shed some light on what it might take to setup and LDAP server
> > farm that serves out from a shared disk so that all the servers see the same
> > data?
> > Ideally, I'd like to setup a farm of OpenLdap servers that all use the same
> > Sleepycat database. Is this even possible? Would the servers step on each
> > other is they were to serve out from the same physical database?
> > Thanks in advance.
> > Ajit.
> Markus Benning
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