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Re: Creating a "big" database... large LDIF file. automated procedure?

--On Friday, July 11, 2008 11:39 AM -0400 Brad T Waldorf <bwaldorf@us.ibm.com> wrote:

Hi again. Thanks again for your responses to my prior posts.

So far, all of my experience with OpenLDAP has been with databases with a
minimal number of entries... 200 at the most.  I'd like to do some
performance experiments with a much larger database, say 10,000 database
entries or so.  What would you recommend for creating such a database?
(Entries don't have to have real, sensible data... maybe the distinguished
name is an integer that increases by 1?)  Is there an automated way for
creating such a database?

The MakeLDIF tool with slamd. And 10k entries is not large. :) I've routinely tested 1M+, and that's small these days for a number of places.



Quanah Gibson-Mount
Principal Software Engineer
Zimbra, Inc
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