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Re: OpenLDAP 2.0-alpha2

At 07:29 25/08/99 -0700, you wrote:
>Sound a lot like our concurrency test.  Does our concurrency test

I've not been able to run "make test" (yet) with openLDAP 2.0. But I did
with OpenLDAP 1.3.6 and it worked. I guess these tests use default values
for cachesize (1000) and dbcachesize (100000). With these values, my tests
work also.

To prove I do not only bring bad news, I can tell you the memory leaks seem
to be gone with OpenLDAP 2.0-alpha (hurray) ;o)

>At 04:18 PM 8/25/99 +0200, Frédéric Poels wrote:
>>At 14:39 25/08/99 +0200, I wrote:
>>>Good afternoon!
>>>I've had the bad (or good?) idea to change some parameters of a
>>>multi-threaded OpenLDAP 1.3.6 slapd server running on AIX 4.2.1:
>>I did the same with OpenLDAP-2.0-alpha2...
>>I also tried using a size greater than sizelimit (you never now).
>>>The directory contains about 15000 entries. I perform the following
>>>- A process forks 15 times, each son binds to the LDAP server and perform a
>>>different search which returns about 1000 entries. The father waits for its
>>>sons to terminate and then exits.
>>>- It works pretty well :o)
>>>- I do it again
>>>- All sons return "No such object" :o(
>>>- Any request sent to the LDAP server fail with the "No such object" reason
>>>code :o/
>>Same behaviour.
>Any clues in the server logs?