net rpc vampire performance
steuwer at univention.de
Sat May 28 14:10:06 GMT 2005
Am Freitag, 27. Mai 2005 20:19 schrieb Jim McDonough:
> >But how do you handle existing
> >users/groups, how can you specifiy additional options (objectclasses like
> >posix or kerberos), how can I sort my large database in several
> >Do you handle merging of existing and new accounts (which means you'd need
> >contact ldap)?
> This is not meant to be a panacea, and a "generic" output doesn't solve
> this problem whatsoever. This is meant to improve the basic case, and more
> complex cases require more intervention. The benefit provided to these
> more complex cases is that there is some kind of output that can be
> massaged if need be.
Sure, and we will be one of the first using this. We've seen vampire quitting
with an error after 2 days because of an invalid account, this woun't take so
much time again...
I just expected that a "generic" output would be easier and more flexible. I
hope to find time looking into the code, maybe a good starting point for me.
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