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Re: OpenLDAP 2.0 and FreeBSD

We use freebsd 4.9 on a machine w/ dual 1G processors and 1G of ram.
Openldap 2.0.27_2 handles about 15,000 searches per hour and about 5,000
writes per day with no performance issues.  We run Berkeley db3-3.3.11 and
use ldbm.

On Mon, 8 Mar 2004, Andre Fortin wrote:

> Hi,
> 	I need to run OpenLDAP 2.0x for compatibility reasons.  I'm trying to use
> FreeBSD to run my LDAP servers, but they are painfully slow.  It takes about
> 5 seconds to do a simple search of the database, and the same query on a
> less powerful Linux box is nearly instantaneous in its answers.  I've tried
> the default ldbm as well as different sleepycat berkeley db versions for the
> backend, all with the same results..  Has anyone else seen this?  I am
> running FreeBSD 4.9.  Thanks in advance,
> Andre