OpenLDAP MDB vs HDB performance

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Performance differences between the mdb and hdb backends for OpenLDAP

Using real-world client data, I've compiled some brief performance differences between using the mdb and hdb backends to OpenLDAP with Zimbra. This particular client has 25,208 entries in their LDAP database. I dumped their accesslog and converted it to LDIF to give me a full weeks worth of real change data, and then ran that back against the database. This results in approximately 28,000 modifications performed against the DB.

Verified Against: ZCS 8.0 Date Created: 2/21/2013
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=OpenLDAP_MDB_vs_HDB_performance Date Modified: 2013-02-21



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