We've been using back-mdb for production installations for Zimbra around
the globe for over a year, handling workloads anywhere from home users
running the FOSS version to major ISPs running 10's of millions of users.
--On Tuesday, March 18, 2014 6:31 PM -0400 Jeff D'Angelo
Would anyone want to comment on the maturity of lmdb?
I've been mostly swayed by the compelling technical arguments for it for
most purposes of an instance of OpenLDAP, by whitepapers and benchmarks.
I've yet to read many real complaints/known major issues against it.
But still today, the manual pages for hdb and lmdb state hdb remains the
preferred normal use database backend. There's also the future file
[in]compatibility bit in the slapd-mdb man page.
Any thoughts on when lmdb may be declared "good enough for production
loads" and/or the default recommended backend?
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