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RE: Slurpd and cpu usage
Okay, that's just not clear from the -t part of the man page. No mention is made of the "replica" subdirectory and that might be helpful to folks unless there's a reason for ommitting it.
The whole thing seems vastly happier now with 0% CPU and I would expect significantly better reliability.
From: Quanah Gibson-Mount [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, August 16, 2004 10:25 AM
To: James Courtney
Cc: Openldap list
Subject: RE: Slurpd and cpu usage
--On Monday, August 16, 2004 1:14 PM -0400 James Courtney
> Yep, my misunderstanding, thanks for the catch. BTW, the -t option in
> the slurpd(8) man page says that the default dir is
> <OPENLDAP_DIR>/var/openldap-slurp rather than
> <OPENLDAP_DIR>/var/openldap-slurp/replica. I still would have more than
> likely made this mistake due to my misunderstanding of the process but
> this statement in the manpage is slightly off.
The manpage is correct. Slurpd creates a directory called "replica"
underneath the default location (or whatever location you specify).
For example, I use "-t /var/tmp", which creates "/var/tmp/replica".
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