I am having problems with the speed of slapadd for creating a new LDAP
directory from an LDIF file.
I am using a SMP machine with 2* 1.8GHz P4 Xeon CPUs and 4G of RAM.
I only have minimal indexing defined as listed below. The slapadd process
takes up 99% CPU time and processes about 1M of data per second, which I
think is inadequate for such a system. Any suggestions on improving
I've included all relevant slapd.conf settings. I am using slapd version
2.0.23-6.3 (woody). I will be happy to back-port the version from unstable
if it'll help.
index objectClass eq
index o eq
index ou eq
index uid eq
index cn eq
index mail eq
index mailHost eq
index mailMessageStore eq
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