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Re: proxycache memory allocation
Not sure about it (it might have already been discussed), but I believe
pcache should "understand" "proxycache-" prefixed directives, and pass
those it doesn't recognize to the private database it uses to store cached
objects. So "proxycache-index" __should__ be recognized as soon as the
private database recognizes it (e.g. back-bdb). If this feature is not
implemented, I think it should, otherwise there would be no means to
separate directives for the underlying database from those for the private
one. Note that this is not usually the case when proxycache is stacked on
a proxy database and stores data locally, but in any case databases
potentially share a number of directives.
> "Dieter Kluenter" <email@example.com> writes:
>> I'm testing 2.3.24 back-ldap with proxycache on Linux-2.6.11-x86_64
>> installed in VMware-Server-1.0, with 512MB Ram, 1GB swap and 10GB disk
>> space. The host is a x86_64, 2GB RAM, same kernel version.
>> I just wonder how much memory pcache is allocating, as the kernel runs
>> out of memory and kills slapd. While running slapd with back-ldap and
>> rewrite engine only, all is fine. Any hints?
> Just for the records. I have found the reason. Manual slapo-pcashe(5)
> "config directives that are specific to the proxycache overlay can
> be prefixed by proxycache-, to avoid conflicts with directives specific
> to the underlying database or to other stacked overlays."
> Which I did in my slapd.conf.
>> | proxycache-directory /var/lib/ldap/cache
>> | proxycache bdb 5000 1 100 90
>> | proxycachequeries 10000
>> | proxyattrset 0 mail telephonenumber
>> | proxytemplate (|(sn=)(cn=)) 0 3600 3600
>> | response-callback tail
>> | proxycache-index objectclass eq
>> | proxycache-index queryid eq
>> | proxycache-index sn,cn eq,sub
> The statements 'proxycache-directory' and 'proxycache-index' were
> unknown to slapd, but now error was submittted.
> I just tested successfully with HEAD, which showed the errors.
> Dieter Klünter | Systemberatung
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