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Antw: Re: Accesslog: Excluding attributes from logging

>>> Howard Chu <hyc@symas.com> schrieb am 21.08.2014 um 21:42 in Nachricht
> Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
>> --On Thursday, August 21, 2014 10:44 AM +0200 Oriol Rosa Ramoneda
>> <orosa@bcn.sia.es> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> The accesslog in our production environment is growing rather fast after
>>> our recent installation of the 'lastbind' overlay. This uncontrolable
>>> growth happens only when our two nodes are up and running, if we stop the
>>> service in either one of them, this problem stops and logs grow at a
>>> normal rate (1 every few days, not seconds).
>> First thing to do, always, is state the openldap version you are using.
> Irrelevant here since the log files listed in the original post are BDB 
> transaction log files, and have nothing to do with accesslog or any other 
> overlay.

But one can say that the "no changes, no logs" properties holds for BDB also. So I believe that many writes to the accesslog database causes massive logs. So maybe the questions are: Waht is written, and why is it written?


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