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Re: 8 hours tests ends with inconsistent DB.
Wesley D Craig wrote:
I certainly see your point, above, but I don't think you're going to get
much of an idea of scaling using the approach you're using. As I
understand your method, you're trying to put a server up and hammer it
without knowing much about configuring it. I don't think this tells you
anything about scale. This *might* tell you something about how easy it
is to give the application to someone who doesn't know anything. The
test you're performing might be appropriate if you're hoping to
repackage and distribute OpenLDAP to 50 million customers.
As I understand your *actual* need, you're planning to deploy an
infrastructure of some size to serve 50 million customers. This is a
much different task. In order to do this successfully, you will need to
know how many machines to deploy. You'll need to know how to operate
OpenLDAP, including how to configure it. In order to know that, you'll
need to know what the real read & write load is likely to be, average &
Shhh ... ;) This thread has been enormously interesting. It *has*
exposed at least one Openldap weakness (index corruption), *has*
demonstrated the need for correct database configuration and log file
administration.It'd also point toward the use of correct hardware for
the job in hand. Let it run its course, please?
We make out of the quarrel with others rhetoric
but out of the quarrel with ourselves, poetry.