Brandon Craig Rhodes
brandon at oit.gatech.edu
Wed Oct 29 19:32:03 GMT 2003
John H Terpstra <jht at samba.org> writes:
> If you do not require more than a single DC (I would suspect you
> will with 20,000 users) then there is no reason to avoid tdbsam. In
> fact, from my performance tests (qualitative only) tdbsam is much
> faster with only 4,000 entries.
Our discussions reached the same conclusion: the ability to propagate
to multiple servers made it worth it to go ahead with ldap. Good to
know that there is not a limit to the tdb format, though, that causes
it to behave terribly when the number of entries gets large.
I would suggest the documentation be clarified on this point, and in
fact would be happy to update it myself, but have not yet gotten
around to determining how one contributes.
Brandon Craig Rhodes http://www.rhodesmill.org/brandon
Georgia Tech brandon at oit.gatech.edu
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