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RE: slapd and meta devices under Solaris 8
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- Subject: RE: slapd and meta devices under Solaris 8
- From: "Spicer, Kevin" <KevinS@bmrb.co.uk>
- Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 11:37:35 -0000
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- Thread-topic: slapd and meta devices under Solaris 8
From: "Michael Ströder"
> I'm currently doing some tests with OpenLDAP on a system where the real
> disk devices are bound together as RAID 1 meta devices. To me slapd -q
> seems to be extremly slow on this systems (compared to tests on my Linux
> i386 laptop).
> After a while disks are 100% busy, CPU load is very low (<5%).
I'm running openldap on solaris 9 (v240 servers, dual CPU 2G ram), my databases are on metadevices (actually a logical partitions on top of a large raid 1 mirror) and I'm not seeing anything like the disk I/O issues you mention. I can't speak for the speed compared to linux as I've not tried an equivilent setup on linux. Are you sure the load is from slapd, not Solaris LDAP client tools?
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