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Re: max open files
В Птн, 19/03/2010 в 10:44 -0400, Dan Pritts пишет:
> On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 04:38:32PM -0700, Russ Allbery wrote:
> > Out of fairness want to note that the most significant component of the
> > problems with the OpenLDAP packages for Debian (and Ubuntu, to a somewhat
> > lesser degree) is that the packaging team has basically no resources.
> Interesting about the Debian situation. Another reminder to me of why
> I don't use Debian; the project's concerns about absolute "freedom"
> don't mesh with my concerns about getting real work done.
The problem you are talking about is not Debian related, it's
distribution related. Tommorow the situation may change to the opposite.
When you are not satisfied with the version in stable - the are
backport. If there is no backport, there always is
testing/unstable/experimental to manually make backport from, later
always with most recent version in a resonable short delay.
Not sure about Redhat. I'm a Debian user.
> That said, I've seen similar "don't use the distro's package" notes
> about other distributions here, too.
> I'm a redhat user. Of course, I should complain to redhat rather than
> here, but I only pay them the .edu rate for software updates with no
> support. I don't know the history of the particular (ancient at this
> point) version of openldap that RHEL5 includes, or what redhat has done
> behind the scenes to fix problems, but i have to say that in general
> their policy of stability makes running servers a lot easier.
> Of course, redhat has its own ldap server, which might explain why
> they neglect their openldap packages.
> Again though, I recognize that I get from openldap much more than I
> have paid to the project. Thanks for all your hard work developing
> the software. I suppose if it were super easy to make everything work,
> they wouldn't need me here and I'd be flipping burgers. :)
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