On 06/01/2011 12:12 AM, Howard Chu wrote:
> Back in the days of OpenLDAP 2.1 with Berkeley DB 184.108.40.206 we used to have to
> 'reload' out backend database occasionally as non-indexed reads would get
> slower and slower over time. The 'reload' entailed:
> * stop slapd
> * slapcat the contents to an .ldif file
> * remove the database files
> * slapadd the .ldif file to create a new, fresh db instance
> * start slapd
> Then our performance problems went away. Re-indexing didn't do the trick.
> Is such occasional re-building of the backend database recommended in OpenLDAP
> 2.4.25 with Berkeley DB 4.8.30?
Try it and see.
Non-indexed reads are always going to be pretty slow, regardless.
Might be that he's hitting this?
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