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Re: 8 hours tests ends with inconsistent DB.
I totally agree with you on the same. Infact this is
the norm for all the performance tests carried out by
us for any system under test.
We started out with 1 Lakh records and are still at
one lakh since the god damn thing manages to go down
at the drop of a hat.
I just ended an 8 hour test on my HP DL580 G1
4cpu-4Gb machine for 200 users with think time.
Writes/s are 28 but the server aborted with the same
malloc error as in yesterdays overnite test.
Qunanh.....all said and done unless this setup can
scale atleast for 1 Lakh users i can't recommend it
for my setups across 50 countries across the world.
More importantly i am very interested ni seeing Open
I humbly hope my feedback is helping developers
understand issues and scale the app by elimnation of
the code bottlenecks as soon as possible.
BTW: My aim was to get to 50million users...:D. Its
one of the largest systems worldwide we would have
ever built if we ever did.
--- Quanah Gibson-Mount <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> --On Wednesday, June 09, 2004 9:32 PM -0700 Trevor
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Fellas,
> > Here are the results of the 8 hour tests.
> > Unfortunartely there is both good and bad news.
> Have you considered doing incrementally size
> increasing tests?
> IE, load your directory with 200k entries, and then
> run your tests.
> Try again with 500k
> Then 1 mil
> Then 10 mil
> This could give you some strong data points as to
> how OpenLDAP performs at
> particular stages, and may also help you define the
> point at which you are
> hitting your resource limitations.
> Quanah Gibson-Mount
> Principal Software Developer
> ITSS/Shared Services
> Stanford University
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