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Transaction logging and OpenLDAP
- To: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
- Subject: Transaction logging and OpenLDAP
- From: Tech Guy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 11 Aug 2006 08:46:35 -0700 (PDT)
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I understand that there have been several discussions
in the past about transaction logging on OpenLDAP. I
have a couple of questions in this matter that may or
may not have been addressed previously.
We are running BDBv4.4.20 and OpenLDAPv2.3.24.
1. Is there a way to completely stop transaction
logging in OpenLDAP, along the lines of "slapadd -q"?
>From reading BDB documentation, it appears that an
application can use BDB as a transactional or
2. Presently we have the following directives to
remove log files in slapd.conf:
checkpoint 5120 15
and in DB_CONFIG
These directives reduce the logging in OpenLDAP but
under stress add's, a 10M log file is creates about
every two hours. Looking at db_stat, it appears the
checkpoint is not done as frequently. Is this unusual
and are we missing a setting?
We now have a cron job to force a checkpoint and
remove unwanted log files.
# Commit buffered active transactions to database
* 0 * * * /usr/bin/db_checkpoint -1 -h /data/ldbm
#Remove in-active log files ten minutes after
10 0 * * * /usr/bin/db_archive -d -h /data/ldbm"
Looking for suggestions to avoid logging or an
efficient way to remove logs.
Thanks in advance for responses,
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