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Old 10-08-2008, 04:01 PM
"Michael Brown"
 
Default SunOne 5.2 Migration to FDS/RHDS

I have a question on a couple of configuration parameters I see in a
SunOne 5.2 dse.ldif but don't see referenced in a FDS or RHDS dse.ldif
or in the FDS or RHDS documentation. Specifically,

nsslapd-maxconnections
nsslapd-threadnumber

Are these supported in FDS or RHDS? If so, do they still operate in
the same manner as they would on a SunOne 5.2 DS instance?

The SunOne 5.2 docs indicate that if nsslapd-maxconnections is not
set, then the value defaults to the max number of file descriptors.
On SunOne, the nsslapd-threadnumber defaults to 30.

Thanks

Michael

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Old 10-09-2008, 01:18 PM
Rich Megginson
 
Default SunOne 5.2 Migration to FDS/RHDS

Michael Brown wrote:

I have a question on a couple of configuration parameters I see in a
SunOne 5.2 dse.ldif but don't see referenced in a FDS or RHDS dse.ldif
or in the FDS or RHDS documentation. Specifically,

nsslapd-maxconnections
nsslapd-threadnumber

Are these supported in FDS or RHDS? If so, do they still operate in
the same manner as they would on a SunOne 5.2 DS instance?

The SunOne 5.2 docs indicate that if nsslapd-maxconnections is not
set, then the value defaults to the max number of file descriptors.
On SunOne, the nsslapd-threadnumber defaults to 30.

If config parameters are set to their default values, they will not show
up in dse.ldif. Do an LDAP search of cn=config to see all config
parameters with their default values.


I'm not sure what nsslapd-maxconnections is - Fedora DS has a parameter
called nsslapd-conntablesize that may be related.

Thanks

Michael

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