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Re: Casual benchmarking OS performace with OpenLDAP
On Wed, 30 Mar 2005 11:16:13 -0800
"Matthew Hardin" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi James,
> Take a look at http://www.symas.com/benchmark.shtml. We've spent some time
> doing this in a more formal manner, and it may save you some time. We've
> also provided the tuning information that helped us achieve the results we
> Hope this helps...
I've looked at that, and actually run DirectoryMark, but I wasn't getting
results that seemed to make much sense. I got 40 ops/s at one point, changed
the number of processes, and dropped to about 5 ops/s. I figured I was
doing something wrong as that wasn't adding up to being able to retrieve
80000 LDAP records in 4 seconds.
Checking the config, I see you had your servers configured like so:
Database Cachesize 384 MB
Entry Cachesize 10,000
IDL Cachesize 30,000
Access Logging Disabled
Is my config substantially different? I didn't think so. At any rate,
the differences in the platforms still doesn't add up. I figured maybe
there was some tweak I was missing.
Does the config I posted look reasonable?