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Re: "limits" command

On Wed, 2004-02-18 at 03:57, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> I've set up the limits command on my replica servers to allow my ldapadmin 
> group unlimited search results and time limits (time.soft=-1, time.hard=-1, 
> etc).  However, I find that I still cannot always finish my searches -- I 
> get:
> ldap_result: Can't contact LDAP server (81)
> This seems to be a bug -- The ldapserver itself is still up.  Has anyone 
> else played around much with the limits command on exhaustive queries? I'm 
> searching through our entire account tree, about 60k entries, seeing if the 
> entries have suptsstatus=active and !(suptsuid=*) returning uid.


how high is your backload (cn=Threads,cn=Monitor) at that moment?, I've
seen this on message on a postfix-ldap enabled system doing 80
Queries/sec to a LDAP server... with a constant backload >1

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