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Old 08-10-2009, 06:40 AM   #1
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H/W requirement for Ldap Master to Master Replication (3000 + thousand Users)

Kindly tell me what should be the Hardware requirement
for SmbOpenLDAP Master to Master Replication. I am using
OpenLDAP-2.4.11 and having more than 3000 users in my company.
I have tested it on the Intel EDGE server (Dual CPU 2 GHZ. and
RAM-12 G.B)and Core2quad (6 GB RAM)but it's creating problem.
So, kindly tell us what would be the preferred H/W
recomendation for above 3000 users.

Old 08-11-2009, 06:24 AM   #2
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That spec should be well capable of taking the load. What problems are you experiencing?


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