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Re: scaling openldap for performance
--On Friday, June 04, 2004 8:59 PM -0700 Trevor Warren
My name is Quanah, not Gibson.
--- Quanah Gibson-Mount <email@example.com> wrote:
What version of OpenLDAP are you using?
The latest, 2.2.11.
What database backend are you using?
back-bdb. Do you suggest any other method for scaling
to 30million users with significant updates/sec.
What version of the database backend are you using?
Does it have all
There just seem to be 2 patches available for the
> Long running apps hanging
> Replication locks.
Our test scenario goes for a toss wrt 20 users in a
15mins test. Now would you call that long??.
No I wouldn't call that long. Are you using a multiprocessor master?
There was a bug in 2.2.11 that would cause slurpd to lock up on
Is your database backend configured via its
Neh...am gonna be looking at that too. You have any
pointers on where to start reading up please?.
I hardly expect any system that has not properly configured the BDB backend
to work very well. It's about as useful as trying to run an OS without
installing any RAM.
I suggest you read the slapd.conf manpage about:
has some more information on those, and:
about configuring the DB_CONFIG file.
I also suggest reading:
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