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Re: slow access, strange errors
Thanks, guys! The extra indices did the trick!
> Geoff Silver wrote,
> > I'm running OpenLDAP 2.0.23 with libnss-ldap 186-1 under Debian Linux. I
> > have several LDAP servers/replicas. Strangely, an 'ls -l /home' on the
> > system takes about 6.5 seconds to run on ~90 entries when querying a
> > remote server with a 2.4.18 kernel, but 11.5 to do the same on the local
> > slapd server with a 2.2.18 kernel. Either way that seems to take a very
> > long time, but it's particular disturbing that two identical systems, both
> > Athlon XP 1700+ with plenty of RAM perform so much differently.
> > I've tried some slapd.conf tuning, including setting:
> > cachesize 100000
> > dbcachesize 20000000
> > index default pres,eq
> > index cn,sn,mail,givenName pres,eq,sub
> Add following indices:
> index uid,uidNumber,gidNumber eq,pres
> Do you use nscd? It gives you some more perfomance, because
> of caching.
Geoff Silver <geoff at uslinux dot net>
"If Bill Gates had a nickel for every time Windows crashed...
Oh wait, he does"