Re: [LDAP] Speeding up authentication using ldap - Linux

This is a discussion on Re: [LDAP] Speeding up authentication using ldap - Linux ; On 3/19/2006 1:43 PM, davideyeahsure@onlyforfun.net wrote to All: -> Every server use his own LDAP server to authenticate, if that is down, there -> are two 'backup' servers (the nearest). The same result is obtained even in a -> test ...

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  1. Re: [LDAP] Speeding up authentication using ldap

    On 3/19/2006 1:43 PM, davideyeahsure@onlyforfun.net wrote to All:

    -> Every server use his own LDAP server to authenticate, if that is down,
    there
    -> are two 'backup' servers (the nearest). The same result is obtained even
    in a
    -> test environment with one server running the LDAP server on his own.

    Oh ok, so redundant LDAP servers then.


  2. Re: [LDAP] Speeding up authentication using ldap

    On 2006-03-22, Robert Wolfe wrote:
    > Oh ok, so redundant LDAP servers then.


    Yes. No, I don't think that the problem is a slow connection to the
    server, as said, the same result is obtained by simply querying the
    ldap server with the same query used by NSS.

    Davide

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