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Re: refreshAndPersist speed
Leigh Porter wrote:
Yes and no. An individual update can propagate instantaneously. However,
the current syncrepl client uses only a single thread to pull updates
from the master, while the master can perform updates in many threads at
once. As such, if there is a burst of write activity on the master,
there will be an increasing lag of updates being processed on the slave.
In the future we'll look into making the syncrepl client multi-threaded
to address this shortcoming.
I would like to use refreshAndPersist between a master and slave but
my application uses
a load balancer that round-robins ldap requests between a master and
slave server. I need to
write to LDAP on the master but the read could be from any server.
The time between a write and read could be sub second so I need the
master and slave to be in
sync in a similar timeframe.
Will syncrepl refreshAndPersist achieve this kind of instantanious
update of the slaves?
-- Howard Chu
Chief Architect, Symas Corp. http://www.symas.com
Director, Highland Sun http://highlandsun.com/hyc
OpenLDAP Core Team http://www.openldap.org/project/