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 # $OpenLDAP: pkg/openldap-guide/admin/appendix-changes.sdf,v 1.2 2007/08/25 20:44:07 ghenry Exp $  # $OpenLDAP: pkg/openldap-guide/admin/appendix-changes.sdf,v 1.10 2007/10/14 21:38:46 ghenry Exp $
 # Copyright 2007 The OpenLDAP Foundation, All Rights Reserved.  # Copyright 2007 The OpenLDAP Foundation, All Rights Reserved.
 # COPYING RESTRICTIONS APPLY, see COPYRIGHT.  # COPYING RESTRICTIONS APPLY, see COPYRIGHT.
   
Line 23  asked on the OpenLDAP mailing lists and Line 23  asked on the OpenLDAP mailing lists and
 * {{SECT:Tuning}}  * {{SECT:Tuning}}
 * {{SECT:Troubleshooting}}  * {{SECT:Troubleshooting}}
 * {{SECT:Changes Since Previous Release}}  * {{SECT:Changes Since Previous Release}}
   * {{SECT:Upgrading from 2.3.x}}
   * {{SECT:Common errors encountered when using OpenLDAP Software}}
   * {{SECT:Recommended OpenLDAP Software Dependency Versions}}
   * {{SECT:Real World OpenLDAP Deployments and Examples}}
   * {{SECT:OpenLDAP Software Contributions}}
 * {{SECT:Configuration File Examples}}  * {{SECT:Configuration File Examples}}
   * {{SECT:LDAP Result Codes}}
 * {{SECT:Glossary}}  * {{SECT:Glossary}}
   
 Also, the table of contents is now 3 levels deep to ease navigation.  Also, the table of contents is now 3 levels deep to ease navigation.
Line 127  H3: Performance enhancements Line 133  H3: Performance enhancements
 Too many to list. Some notable changes - ldapadd used to be a couple of orders   Too many to list. Some notable changes - ldapadd used to be a couple of orders 
 of magnitude slower than "slapadd -q". It's now at worst only about half the   of magnitude slower than "slapadd -q". It's now at worst only about half the 
 speed of slapadd -q. Some comparisons of all the 2.x OpenLDAP releases are available   speed of slapadd -q. Some comparisons of all the 2.x OpenLDAP releases are available 
 at {{URL:http://www.highlandsun.com/hyc/scale2007.pdf}}  at {{URL:http://www.openldap.org/pub/hyc/scale2007.pdf}}
   
 That compared 2.0.27, 2.1.30, 2.2.30, 2.3.33, and HEAD). Toward the latter end   That compared 2.0.27, 2.1.30, 2.2.30, 2.3.33, and HEAD). Toward the latter end 
 of the "Cached Search Performance" chart it gets hard to see the difference   of the "Cached Search Performance" chart it gets hard to see the difference 
Line 147  the memory bandwidth on the machine is o Line 153  the memory bandwidth on the machine is o
   
 H3: New overlays  H3: New overlays
   
   * slapo-constraint (Attribute value constraints)
 * slapo-dds (Dynamic Directory Services, RFC 2589)  * slapo-dds (Dynamic Directory Services, RFC 2589)
 * slapo-memberof (reverse group membership maintenance)  * slapo-memberof (reverse group membership maintenance)
   
 H3: New features in existing Overlays  H3: New features in existing Overlays
   
 * slapo-pcache allows cache inspection/maintenance/hot restart  * slapo-pcache
     - Inspection/Maintenance 
       -- the cache database can be directly accessed via
          LDAP by adding a specific control to each LDAP request; a specific
          extended operation allows to consistently remove cached entries and entire
          cached queries
     - Hot Restart
       -- cached queries are saved on disk at shutdown, and reloaded if
         not expired yet at subsequent restart
   
 * slapo-rwm can safely interoperate with other overlays  * slapo-rwm can safely interoperate with other overlays
 * Dyngroup/Dynlist merge, plus security enhancements  * Dyngroup/Dynlist merge, plus security enhancements
     - added dgIdentity support (draft-haripriya-dynamicgroup)
   
 H3: New features in slapd  H3: New features in slapd
   
Line 166  H3: New features in libldap Line 183  H3: New features in libldap
   
 * ldap_sync client API (LDAP Content Sync Operation, RFC 4533)  * ldap_sync client API (LDAP Content Sync Operation, RFC 4533)
   
 H3: New clients and tools  H3: New clients, tools and tool enhancements
   
 * ldapexop for arbitrary extended operations  * ldapexop for arbitrary extended operations
 * complete support of controls in request/response for all clients  * Complete support of controls in request/response for all clients
   * LDAP Client tools now honor SRV records 
   
 H3: New build options  H3: New build options
   
 * Support for building against GnuTLS  * Support for building against GnuTLS
 * Advertisement of LDAP server in DNS  
   
   
 H2: Obsolete Features Removed From 2.4  H2: Obsolete Features Removed From 2.4
   
   These features were strongly deprecated in 2.3 and removed in 2.4.
   
 H3: Slurpd  H3: Slurpd
   
 Please read the {{SECT:Replication}} section as to why this is no longer in  Please read the {{SECT:Replication}} section as to why this is no longer in

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