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 Monitoring OpenLDAP servers for performance

LDAP has become the Internet standard directory access protocol, and is used to access everything from DNS zone files to user account information. As companies and software vendors rely more heavily on LDAP directory servers, the need to measure server throughput and performance becomes imperative. This article will cover several tools that can be used to monitor the health and performance of an LDAP directory server, and will explain how ORCA can be used to trend directory server performance over time.

 (Submitted by Matty Thu Jul 5, 2007 )


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