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DB_CONFIG not being read.....
- To: openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
- Subject: DB_CONFIG not being read.....
- From: Amith Varghese <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 13:09:10 -0400
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I'm running FC-3 with OpenLDAP RPMS (v. 2.2.29). Recently, my backend
was corrupted which caused me to rebuild the database. After doing
some research, I learned the BDB backend was the "preferred" backend
and that support for ldbm is on the way out. So I converted to the
BDB format using slapcat/slapadd and a new configuration file.
Everything converted fine, but I'm now experiencing worse performance
that I did with the ldbm backend.
I've read the online docs about how to tune the BDB backend and added
the following parameters to my slapd.conf file
checkpoint 1024 5
In my /var/lib/ldap/DB_CONFIG file I have the following set:
set_cachesize 0 104857600 1
However, when I use slapd_db_stat to look at the BDB backend
statistics, I see the following:
264KB 48B Total cache size
1 Number of caches
272KB Pool individual cache size
212781 Requested pages found in the cache (88%)
It looks like the backend is using some kind of default (264KB)
instead of the 100MB I specified. Does anyone know why this may be
happening? Hopefully someone can point out an obvious mistake I'm