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Re: Mysql as a backend for LDAP

Rick van Rein (rick@vanrein.org) wrote:
> I think because RDBMS have established a sensation of speedy yet robust
> storage, unlike LDAP which is relatively new and unknown to most.

LDAP has been around since 1993 and in popular usage since 1995.
> It would be helpful if the qualitative remarks about this issue in the
> OpenLDAP FAQ were strenthened with numerical data, that is, by benchmarks.

This is comparing apples to oranges. LDAP and RDBMS are not the
same thing. Why would you compare apples to oranges as a point in
an argument?