[Samba] howto optimize samba/kerberos for 20k requests per minute - help needed
stefan at kania-online.de
Mon Jul 19 14:00:02 UTC 2021
Am 19.07.21 um 12:07 schrieb Rowland Penny via samba:
> The other point worth mentioning is that, whether Openldap likes it or
> not, Openldap is on the way out. It is no longer available from RHEL 8
> by default, you have to get it from EPEL, red-hat seemingly wants you
> to use freeipThat is totally wrong. Only while RedHat don't know how to handle
OpenLDAP it's not dead. With OpenLDAP they manged up to 980k requests
per second (openLDAP 2.5) So I think Samba will never make this. And
comparing DS389 with OpenLDAP is like comparing a VW Beatle with a
Porsche. The reason Redhat is not supporting OpenLDAP any more you will
The knowledge and expertise, and thus ability to support OpenLDAP server
to the same level of confidence as our other offerings was limited.
And Redhat tells you that only a DS you are paying for is good:
First of all, the LDAP server is the core of the identity system. It
requires enterprise level support.
But who needs a LDAP-Server that relay on Java with a Oracle license??
And so many things not working with DS389 you can do with OpenLDAP.
25693 St. Michaelisdonn
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