Toby Blake wrote:
Apologies for digging up the past, but I asked about this in July last
See ITS#5074, this was added to RE24 a couple weeks after the below post.
> Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2007 13:42:41 +0200
> From: Ralf Haferkamp<rhafer(a)suse.de>
> To: openldap-software(a)openldap.org
> Subject: Re: using slapo-pcache with an empty attr list
>> However, there's one bit that I can't get working - is there any way
>> to define a template that will match a search which doesn't provide an
>> attr list?
> No. That is not possible.
Are there any plans on introducing such a feature, or technical
reasons why it can't be done? On a typical machine on which I'm
running slapo-pcache, I get about 70-80% of queries answered from the
cache - this would be 90%+ if queries that didn't specify attr lists
(i.e. gets all user attributes) could also be cached.
I'm not saying that I should be able to specify an emptry attr list
with proxyattrset - that probably wouldn't make a lot of sense, but
being able to set it to all the user attributes returned for a
particular query that doesn't specify which attrs it wants would be
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