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Re: OpenLDAP performance vs. PostgreSQL

--On Thursday, March 16, 2006 9:38 PM +0100 apm@mutex.dk wrote:

On Thu, Mar 16, 2006 at 12:31:19PM -0500, John Madden wrote:
> I've only got the 20000 simple entries. I've narrowed it down to only
> one integer attribute now and increased the cache to 100Mb, but it's
> still much slower than DBD::Pg.

...And what version of openldap are you running again?

2.2.23 (The version in Debian Sarge). Debian hasn't even gotten to 2.3.x in unstable yet.

Well, dump the debian version. Either build 2.3.20 yourself, or use a free pre-compiled version like CDS silver (at http://www.symas.com). 2.2 is historic, and that particular release of 2.2 had a number of bugs. A lot of performance tuning was done later in the 2.2 series, and in the early 2.3 series. You won't get those benefits running that old of a version of OpenLDAP.


Quanah Gibson-Mount
Principal Software Developer
ITS/Shared Application Services
Stanford University
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