[Samba] howto optimize samba/kerberos for 20k requests per minute - help needed
rpenny at samba.org
Mon Jul 19 14:48:48 UTC 2021
On Mon, 2021-07-19 at 16:00 +0200, Stefan Kania via samba wrote:
> OpenLDAP it's not dead.
Never said it was dead, I said it was on the way out. When the main
business distro stops supplying something it will ultimately stop being
used in production, but that's just my opinion.
> With OpenLDAP they manged up to 980k requests
> per second (openLDAP 2.5) So I think Samba will never make this.
Never say never :-)
> comparing DS389 with OpenLDAP is like comparing a VW Beatle with a
Why not, they were both designed by the same person (and it's 'Beetle',
not Beatle, they were a group from Liverpool)
> The reason Redhat is not supporting OpenLDAP any more you will
> find here:
> The knowledge and expertise, and thus ability to support OpenLDAP
> to the same level of confidence as our other offerings was limited.
Usual red-hat rubbish, they cannot have lost the knowledge overnight.
> 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.
aka 'use freeipa'
> But who needs a LDAP-Server that relay on Java with a Oracle
I personally wouldn't rely on anything from oracle and don't get me
started on java.
> And so many things not working with DS389 you can do with OpenLDAP.
Oh good, another reason to not use DS389 :-D
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