Commit ea5121c9 authored by Kurt Zeilenga's avatar Kurt Zeilenga
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> directory /usr/local/var/openldap-data
H3: LDBM Database Directives
Directives in this category only apply to a {{TERM:LDBM}} database.
That is, they must follow a "database ldbm" line and come before
any subsequent "backend" or "database" line. For a complete reference
of LDBM configuration directives, see {{slapd-ldbm}}(5).
H4: cachesize <integer>
This directive specifies the size in entries of the in-memory
cache maintained by the LDBM backend database instance.
\Default:
> cachesize 1000
H4: dbcachesize <integer>
This directive specifies the size in bytes of the in-memory cache
associated with each open index file. If not supported by the
underlying database method, this directive is ignored without
comment. Increasing this number uses more memory but can
cause a dramatic performance increase, especially during
modifies or when building indices.
\Default:
> dbcachesize 100000
H4: dbnolocking
This option, if present, disables database locking.
Enabling this option may improve performance at the expense
of data security.
H4: dbnosync
This option causes on-disk database contents to not be immediately
synchronized with in memory changes upon change. Enabling this option
may improve performance at the expense of data integrity.
H4: directory <directory>
This directive specifies the directory where the LDBM files
containing the database and associated indices live.
\Default:
> directory /usr/local/var/openldap-data
H4: index {<attrlist> | default} [pres,eq,approx,sub,none]
This directive specifies the indices to maintain for the given
attribute. If only an {{EX:<attrlist>}} is given, the default
indices are maintained.
\Example:
> index default pres,eq
> index uid
> index cn,sn pres,eq,sub
> index objectClass eq
The first line sets the default set of indices to maintain to
present and equality. The second line causes the default (pres,eq)
set of indices to be maintained for the {{EX:uid}} attribute type.
The third line causes present, equality, and substring indices to
be maintained for {{EX:cn}} and {{EX:sn}} attribute types. The
fourth line causes an equality index for the {{EX:objectClass}}
attribute type.
By default, no indices are maintained. It is generally advised
that minimally an equality index upon objectClass be maintained.
> index objectClass eq
H4: mode <integer>
This directive specifies the file protection mode that newly
created database index files should have.
\Default:
> mode 0600
H2: Access Control
Access to slapd entries and attributes is controlled by the
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