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Re: openldap performance on different backends...

On Tue, 2005-12-20 at 19:53 -0600, hanasaki wrote:
> Anyone have performance metrics using
> 	mysql
> 	postgres 8
> 	berkley sleepy cat - this is the default?

10^6 times for reads?  10^9 for writes?  these seem reasonable figures
for those few LDAP operations that can have an equivalence in back-
sql...  did you read <http://www.openldap.org/faq/data/cache/378.html>
before asking this question?  do you still believe you can compare the
three above?

> does openldap work with postgres 8?  

As with any reasonable RDBMS with an appropriate ODBC driver...

> I know the schema had syntax errors
> some time ago w/ postgres 7

How do you know?  What's some time ago?  What's "schema"?  It cannot
have any syntax error as there is no schema shipped with back-sql -
users have to write their own mapping from LDAP to SQL, if by schema you
mean that, and we're not responsible for user errors...


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