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Re: LDAP Slowness
--On Monday, August 09, 2004 8:32 AM -0700 Luke Miller
I did some more testing based on some responses to my previous message.
I discovered that I was running ldbm not bdb. So I installed openldap
2.2.15 with bdb and loaded my database in to it (after lots of schema
changes) and discovered that it is MUCH faster. The reason I haven?t
upgraded yet is that we have some software that queries some of our LDAP
servers that doesn?t support LDAPv3 yet. But that is not a concern for
this system I am having problems with. So, I have a few questions:
1. Can you replicate data using slurpd from 2.0.27 to 2.2.15? Right now
I am getting an ?Unknown error?.
2. Does 2.0.27 support bdb?
Any other suggestions would be appreciated too.
Enable Ldapv2 binds in 2.2.15 with the allow bind_v2 option, and upgrade.
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