--On Monday, April 11, 2011 8:04 AM -0700 Tim Gustafson <tjg(a)soe.ucsc.edu>
> There are scripts which parse the normal syslog output
> and output statistics. Or simply search the accesslog
> database in the given time frame.
Can you point me to such scripts?
As I mentioned in my original e-mail, using the accesslog overlay won't
work for us; it produces too much load (and would only work on the master
server anyhow; the slaves are read-only replicas). We get upwards of 500
queries/sec during the day, which would mean upwards of 500 writes/sec,
which is too much load for our LDAP server.
If you give it a log from loglevel 256 (stats logging) in OpenLDAP, it will
generate all sorts of useful information for you.
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