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Re: sanity check on updating from HDB backend to MDB

On Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 11:34:46AM -0400, Brian Reichert wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 12, 2014 at 06:59:52PM -0700, Howard Chu wrote:
> > If ldapsearch is already running at 100% CPU then it's the limiting factor 
> > here so no, you're not going to get any faster. I still find it a bit 
> > strange, ldapsearch should still be faster than slapd. Do you have a 
> > non-OpenLDAP ldapsearch installed on that machine? The FedoraDS/389DS/RHDS 
> > tools are certainly slower, so that could make a difference.
> Good call; I'll review; I was using the ldapsearch from CentOS's
> RPM, not the one provided by the LTB project's RPM.
> I'll report back.

Ok, just to report:

Using LTB's ldapsearch didn't improve things.

Running an ldapsearch remotely did allow slapd to take up 100% CPU,
but the queries didn't complete any quicker.  As I introduced network
latency, I'm not shocked.

I feel that, for now, this is Good Enough.

There are other attributes of the MDB database I need to explore;
resizing, backups, etc.  Off I go!

Brian Reichert				<reichert@numachi.com>
BSD admin/developer at large