Yes that is the plan but till i moved to latest version with mdb, i have to
live with it. Regarding upgrading to latest with mdb, how can i migrate
from hdb to mdb with out downtime? can i add latest openldap with mdb as
replica to existing older/hdb instance?
Thanks for all you suggestions
On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 1:38 PM, Quanah Gibson-Mount <quanah(a)symas.com>
--On Friday, September 29, 2017 2:31 PM -0700 rammohan ganapavarapu
> Sorry i was searching for one attribute, i have close to 80mil entries.
Then these settings may be too low:
Essentally, cachesize needs to hold your working set of data (active
entries). So this is saying slapd will only cache 100,000 active entries.
It will then be removing/adding entries in blocks of one (cachefree
defaults to 1 if not set). idlcachesize generally is 3x cachesize.
If your active set is > 100,000 users, then you need to increase the
cachesize and idlcachesize parameters accordingly. You may also need to
increase cachefree from its default of "1".
Overall, you would likely be much better served to switch to back-mdb,
where you do not have to set any of these parameters at all.
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