Andrew Bartlett wrote:
Working on the OpenLDAP backend for Samba4, I'm wondering if this
No, there's no special indexing requirements for any attributes. Indexing is
always optional. But of course, performance will suffer as DB sizes grow. It's
always recommended to index the "objectclass" attribute, since it's used so
frequently in internal searches as well as user searches, but nothing will
break without it.
Is 'cn' a special attribute in the OpenLDAP code? It seems
builtin schema definition (or something else) requires that the 'cn'
attribute be indexed with
index cn eq
Otherwise, searches for cn=foo fail, where cn=foo* succeeds...
Sounds like either a corrupt DB, or a bug. If you can provide a test case to
reproduce the problem, that'll help. More likely it's a misconfiguration...
I'm using current CVS, and trying to have Samba4 automatically
configuration files for OpenLDAP, possibly based on the (AD) schema-data
we will load into the directory.
As such, knowing any (particularly other, similar) OpenLDAP-imposed
constraints will be very useful, so that I can ensure these are met by
the provision-backend script in Samba4.
-- Howard Chu
Chief Architect, Symas Corp. http://www.symas.com
Director, Highland Sun http://highlandsun.com/hyc/
Chief Architect, OpenLDAP http://www.openldap.org/project/