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Re: slapd.conf cachesize only for ldbm?
--On Tuesday, February 17, 2004 11:48 AM -0600 Micah Anderson
I know I am using back-bdb because my slapd.conf has:
And I know the difference between back-bdb and back-ldbm, I've read
those faq entries, that's why I switched from back-ldbm to back-bdb.
What I dont understand, and this is what my original post was about,
is this entry in the slapd.conf about the cachesize:
Specify the size in entries of the in-memory cache maintained by the
LDBM backend database instance. The default is 1000 entries.
Does this mean back-ldbm, or is LDBM (all caps) a general term which
actually means back-ldbm or back-dbd?
If you take the advice of others on this list, to specifically read man
slapd-bdb, you will see:
Specify the size in entries of the in-memory cache
maintained by the BDB backend database instance. The
default is 1000 entries.
Note that it says "BDB" and not "LDBM"
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