[Pdns-users] mysql2ldap anyone?
norbert at linuxnetworks.de
Sun Dec 7 13:32:12 UTC 2003
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On Sunday 07 December 2003 03:22, Mike Benoit wrote:
> With our LDAP setup, we're running in to massive write problems
> though. Often times writes exceed 4seconds when the LDAP server is
> under heavy read load. MySQL is always under 10ms.
If you often have to update the data, LDAP is definitivly the wrong
backend for you. Reads are fast, but writes - as you have mentioned -
may be magnitudes behind the performance of a RDMS.
> Not to mention transactions can be a real life saver especially
> when doing mass updates. LDAP doesn't offer this capability, so if
> even the slightest thing goes wrong you have no way to roll back...
Same as above.
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