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RE: search fails to find indexes?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dieter Kluenter [mailto:dieter@dkluenter.de]
> Sent: 17 July 2003 20:35
> To: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
> Subject: Re: search fails to find indexes?
> Hi,
> "Smith, Steve" <Steve.Smith@CommerzbankIB.com> writes:
> > Hello all,
> >
> > I've set up 2.1.21 from scratch on Solaris 9, to use as an
> > information service for Sol8 and Sol9 clients, using the ldap2
> > client stack from Sun.
> >
> > I've loaded a few thousand test users and groups and all
> > seems to be working fine except for lousy performance.
> > It's taking a good 3-4 seconds to su to a user from root,
> > or to complete the 'groups' command once in the user's
> > context.
> [...]
> Presumabely your cachesize is insufficient.
> http://www.openldap.org/faq/data/cache/738.html
> -Dieter
> -- 
Hi Dieter,

I did think that might be a problem, but my DB_CONFIG

set_flags DB_TXN_NOSYNC
set_cachesize 0 209715200 0
set_lg_max 131072000
set_lg_bsize 26214400

which I thought was fairly generous for what I'm trying
to do, though I admit I don't have any feel yet for
optimising these values.  The whole DIT only has ~15000 
entries with no large objects stored - this is just
an information service for unix clients.

If this were a cache problem, then on a quiescent test
system with no other clients I would expect a subsequent
su to the same user to return a lot quicker, but it gives
the same slow result.

db_stat -c shows no apparent lock problems.  db_stat -m shows
100% requested pages found in the cache, and nothing forced
out of the cache.

Anyone else using Solaris in a similar way out there getting
better results? If so could I get a look at your server's
slapd.conf and client's ldap_client_file?


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