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Re: Slaves taking up 100% cpu

Considering that we never specify a search filter, would just specifying an
index with:

  index objectclass eq

be sufficient (after a slapindex of course)?

On 1/20/04 4:35p, "Quanah Gibson-Mount" <quanah@stanford.edu> wrote:

> --On Tuesday, January 20, 2004 4:31 PM -0800 Jeff Leung <jeffleung@mac.com>
> wrote:
>> I'll have to look into this. Our performance is already pretty good
>> without the index. How much slower would I expect things to go without an
>> eq index as opposed to with one?
> Well, I expect that your 100% cpu problem will go away... I'd guess (but
> can't confirm without really knowing your setup) that some of your queries
> are not ending up with any result, or any result quickly, which is causing
> slapd to have to parse through every entry, since you have no eq index.
> Maintaining indexes should *increase* your overall performance, not
> decrease it.  LDAP is (generally) used as a fast-read application, and
> those fast reads are in great part reached by proper indexing of those
> attributes that are queried/filtered/searched against.
> --Quanah
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