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Re: RE : Log level and performances
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> - no log : 2540 op/s (cool !)
> - loglevel=256, sync : 29 op/s (uh !)
> - loglevel=256, async : 1890 op/s (not bad ...)
> - slapd -d 256 : 2577 op/s (higher than forseen)
I run slapd under svc, which means that I need to start it with -d.
One day, I switched logging off (so I thought) with -d 0.
However, after a couple of days, my disk was full - tons and tons of logfiles!
I found out this was because in slapd.conf I have
and the 'loglevel' directive logs to syslog, while -d logs to stdout - at the
So using -d 0 didn't have any effect on the logging in syslog.
Nou I have 'loglevel 0' in slapd.conf and I tune the level of logging solely
Don't know if that is usefull to you, but I thought I'd share it. (OL 2.1.25).
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