Denny Fuchs wrote:
Am 01.11.2013 um 12:02 schrieb Michael Ströder
> Why do you want to have separate databases?
> What does "use" mean in this context?
for a easier file and database management. They may need different DB
options or indexes as we need, so I want to split every departure from our
I'd clarify requirements *before* doing the hassle dealing with separate
databases. If you really have to deal with DB files on department level you're
doing something wrong in your deployment.
"Use" means: I have a up and running two node LDAP server
want that they can use them too. So, we don't need a different/other LDAP
server for every department. But I don't want to use the same hdb files for
them too. If they do something strange in there "ou" three and it breaks
the LDAP server/setup, I can move the directory away and start the server
again, in an emergency case.
I'd recommend to research how to implement appropriate access control to
prevent that "something strange" in one sub-tree affects the stability of the
Of course you can glue several DBs with 'subordinate' directive. But it's
unlikely that you really need it.