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Re: tweaks for speeding up ldap
I actually found out in a search of several mailing lists that by adding dbnosync and dbnolocking to slapd.conf would show some improvement. But i didnt notice anything really very drastic. Will stripping down any code help? If it does, which part of the code should i fiddle around with. Or (i repeat) are there any compiler flags so that i can do a recompile for my machine[P3-800, running redhat linux 7.2]. I dont require any form of authentication in the server. Right now able to do around 80k-100k entries(a telephone directory) without sweat. But after that thers a drastic fall. [Am using open-ldap 2.0.7].
I'm targetting ~10 million entries, with substabtial speed.
Now since clustering is ruled out (almost) Any suggestions would be of great help.
On Fri, 13 Dec 2002 14:11:35 -0500 (EST)
"John Madden" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > - Is there any way of increasing the transaction speed.
> > - would clustering help????
> In my experience (we've got ldap clustered with LVS), clustering only
> increases the complexity of the situation. It's fine to, for example,
> round-robin the read requests, but where to writes go? Until multi-master
> is mature (where writing to just one node ensures that all nodes get the
> change), clustering isn't a viable solution.
> John Madden
> UNIX Systems Engineer
> Ivy Tech State College
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