On Mon, 2005-02-21 at 17:42, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote: > --On Monday, February 21, 2005 5:18 PM -0500 Samuel Tran <firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote: > > pretty major thing for OpenLdap users. > > > > Do you mean that you have better performance with 2.3.1alpha + BDB > > 4.2.52 than with 2.3.1.alpha + BDB 4.3.27? > > Yeah, that's what he's saying, because he could disable logging with BDB > 4.2.52, and cannot do so with BDB 4.3. > > --Quanah > Okay. I guess I'll go back to BDB 4.2.52. I am readying my new LDAP cluster for production. I was using BDB 4.2.52 but upgraded to 4.3.27 when it was out. I am using OL 2.2.23 + BDB 4.3.27 on Linux Debian Woody. The LDAP slaves are 2 HP DL360 with 2 1.4Ghz Xeon CPUs and 2 Gb of RAM. The clustering software is Keepalived 1.1.10. I've been able to achieve about 350 LDAP queries/sec on a single slave with loglevel 256. Is the kind of result I should get with such a setup? Thanks.
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