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On Mon, Mar 29, 2004 at 11:53:07PM -0800, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> --On Tuesday, March 30, 2004 9:13 AM +0200 Piotr Wadas
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >I have some information from my colleagues taking care of
> >2.1.25 openldap in big company, they have rh-fc1/rh-el with about 15 000
> >users plus domains and email addresses in OpenLDAP (2xXeon, 2GB RAM). So,
> >they say there're some problems with threading which sometimes cause some
> >instances to segfault, especially with keeping two instances synchronized.
> >Can someone comment this? I'm going to use about 5000 entries with P4
> >2.6Ghz, 512 RAM, and similar environment - mail aliases, domains, users
> >and webservers configuration (except I'm gonna use 2.1.26 and
> >Debian). Should I expect such problems?
> >And, if someone knows, what's the stage of new series of OpenLDAP
> >(2.2.x) ? Is it really to buggy to use it with production? There's big
> >count difference between version of last stable and progress version.
> I had threading problems using RH9 and OpenLDAP. I've found Solaris 8
> threading to be extremely reliable. I found Solaris 9 threading to cause
> massive problems. I'm currently testing Debian. So I suggest a lot of
> testing to see how the threads are handled in a particular OS.
Can you elaborate on the Solaris 9 threading problems? I've got
an OpenLDAP server running on Solaris 9 that needs to go live
in the near future.
Should I downgrade to Solaris 8 to avoid trouble?
- From: Piotr Wadas <email@example.com>
- Re: threading
- From: Quanah Gibson-Mount <firstname.lastname@example.org>