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Re: LDAP structure
On Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 10:28:55AM -0300, Andreas wrote:
> If people and sectors change frequently, you would be better off with a
> flat structure.
BUT, there are other important factors you should consider, like:
- partitioning: slave servers and servers responsible for other parts
of the tree.
- network topology and access speed: if sectors are located in another building, and
interconnected via WAN links, for example, it could be wise to give
them their own ldap server so that the clients over there do not
need to access the server via the WAN link.
If you have a flat topology for all your users, partitioning becomes more