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Re: Re: Listing /home dir very slow [SOLVED]
Thank you for your reply, at the end I made it.
The reason for slow long listing (ls -l) was INDEXES: even if I already had
tried the correct indexes, slapindex run as root created new index files as
root:root. Slapd couldn't then access them.
Then I had to change the group and attributes to those new created files ...
Thank you all
Da: Jason C. Leach
Data: giovedì 27 febbraio 2003 09.36.54
A: Walter Vendraminetto
Cc: OpenLDAP List
Oggetto: Re: Listing /home dir very slow
I get about 3 per second. A bit slow also. I have had it go
really slow before, that was due it how I refrenced my ldap
server in the nss config or the ldapd.conf file. Not sure
what one now.
I still think mine is a bit slow also.
On Thu, Feb 27, 2003 at 01:35:20AM +0100, Walter Vendraminetto wrote:
> Hi folks,
> i've a problem that maybe some one already solved. We authenticate several
> users with OpenLDAP 2.0.27 + Berkeley DB.
> If I execute the command
> $> ls -l /home
> the output takes some minutes to list about 50 entries. This is because
> directory belongs to different user which has to be resolved.
> The command:
> $> ls /home
> works as expected.
> After several trials I nuked the ACLs and the long listing started to work
> again. This sounds a bit strange because many other "heavy" requests are
> correctly executed.
> I think I should shrink the ACLs where possible but ... do you think that
> the problem can be solved in a more direct way. The nss_ldap libs are the
> 189 and maybe an update may help ...
> Thank you anyway.
..... Jason C. Leach
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