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Re: multiple attribute search with single return slowness
On Mon, 2004-04-26 at 14:53, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> We have 60k users, and our mail servers do over a million lookups a day.
> We also have labs doing posixAccount lookups, etc. Everything is speedy. ;)
Cool I didn't really think it was due to OpenLDAP but something I am
doing wrong. We just use this one for email.
> > for instance:
> > (&(|(mail=%s)(mailalternateaddress=%s))(accountstatus=active))
> > which I ask to return "mailmessagestore"
> > and
> > (|(mail=%s)(mailalternateaddress=%s))
> > which I have return "mailforwardingaddress"
> Have you turned up logging (like loglevel 256) in slapd.conf and looked to
> see if you get index param errors? That generally means you have the wrong
No I will try this tomorrow when running a few test on site.
> > 4-I tried adjusting my indexes in slapd.conf:
> > index
> > mail,mailalternateaddress,accountstatus,mailmessagestore,mailforwardingad
> > dress eq Unfortunately after doing this and rebuilding the indexes I
> > started loosing the ability to log in and other odd errros developed
> > until I undid this.
> > **actaully I am hoping someone can tell what I messed up on this ont as
> > proper indexes are my best hope.**
> I suggest reading:
> about indexes and the cachesize command.
Opps Cachesize was not set. Amazing I don't know how I missed this item.
> You also do not list what backend you are using, and how it is configured.
Red Hat stock version uses LDBM my custom compile is using BerkeleyDB
> Quanah Gibson-Mount
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