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Re: Who have tested the performence of OpenLDAP?
> Hi all,
> Did anyone do the performance test of OpenLDAP?
> I tested it by DirectoryMark1.2.1 tool. The result of measurement is
> slow, about 2.0 to 7.5 operations / second with 1 client for ldap_search
> in 1000 entries.
> I installed OpenLDAP2.1.2/DBD 4.0.14 in my computer, and ran the
> DirectoryMark1.2.1 tool on this computer too.
Why didn't you use a more recent release, say 2.1.9 with db4.1.24?
> The database configurations look similar to this:
> dn: cn=Kristi Vaserfirer, ou=Human Resources, o=Airius.com
> objectClass: top
> objectClass: person
> objectClass: organizationalPerson
> cn: Kristi Vaserfirer
> sn: Vaserfirer
> description: Kristi_Vaserfirer
> facsimileTelephoneNumber: +1 303 623-6838
> l: Fremont
> ou: Human Resources
> postalAddress: Airius.com$Human Resources$Dept # 690
> telephoneNumber: +1 510 155-4082
> title: Chief Human Resources Figurehead
> userPassword: rerifresaV
> seeAlso: Kristi
This can be an entry layout, but it is definitely not
a databse configuration.
It looks like you definitely need some optimization
(e.g. database indexing, db settings and so); browse
the archives, and significantly Berkeley db4 docs