Denny Fuchs wrote: > Am 01.11.2013 um 12:02 schrieb Michael Ströder <email@example.com>: >> >> Why do you want to have separate databases? >> What does "use" mean in this context? > > for a easier file and database management. They may need different DB > options or indexes as we need, so I want to split every departure from our > main DB. I'd clarify requirements *before* doing the hassle dealing with separate databases. If you really have to deal with DB files on department level you're doing something wrong in your deployment. > "Use" means: I have a up and running two node LDAP server and I > want that they can use them too. So, we don't need a different/other LDAP > server for every department. But I don't want to use the same hdb files for > them too. If they do something strange in there "ou" three and it breaks > the LDAP server/setup, I can move the directory away and start the server > again, in an emergency case. I'd recommend to research how to implement appropriate access control to prevent that "something strange" in one sub-tree affects the stability of the whole server. Of course you can glue several DBs with 'subordinate' directive. But it's unlikely that you really need it. Ciao, Michael.
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