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Antw: Re: OpenLDAP 2.5 plans and community engagement

>>> Michael Ströder <michael@stroeder.com> schrieb am 31.07.2019 um 08:27 in
Nachricht <657e3778-2cd6-2025-c780-150ecd608cfc@stroeder.com>:
> On 7/31/19 7:51 AM, Ulrich Windl wrote:
>> Michael Ströder <michael@stroeder.com> schrieb am 30.07.2019
>>> So stop spreading FUD about lmdb.
>> Actually this just is the impression I got reading this list. I read
>> a lot about running out of memory, having rebuild the databases as
>> they grow out of bounds, having a database size three time the data
>> size, lock-ups, and all the stuff.> I'm not spreading FUD. I'm just worried

> from what I read here.
> You just have an "impression" and no real proofs.
> You don't even point to postings in the mailing list archive.
> So what you're writing is exactly that: FUD.
> For example "having a database size three time the data size" says
> nothing without knowing the indexing configuration.
> And the "grow out of bounds" is just that people don't understand that
> they have to properly set back-mdb's maxsize parameter and monitor the
> count of used pages. Just like you choose a disk partion size and then
> you monitor whether your file systems gets filled up.
> (BTW: Howard implemented slapd-monitor support for slapd-mdb which was
> released with 2.4.48, see ITS#7770).
> Ulrich, even if I still assume good faith on your side and that you want
> to push things to be improved your postings are quite disrespectful.
> Such a behaviour does not help to improve free software projects.

Well critical questions should be allowed (unless you live in China, Russia,
...). And I never said "holy crap" or "bullshit"... ;-)

> Ciao, Michael.