Monday, March 19, 2018

[389-users] Re: autosizing the cache

On Mon, 2018-03-19 at 20:58 -0500, Sergei Gerasenko wrote:
> > Dogtag is Java/Tomcat. It's well known for consuming large volumes
> > of
> > ram!
> Ah, I thought it was something besides that :)

Nope, just that :)

> > Sure, sounds reasonable to me - I'd want to see your database sizes
> > to
> > make a complete assesment, but it seems pretty reasonable to me.
> I will get that for you. I've used on a live system and
> things looked pretty well (>=92%). You would like to see the number
> of entries in the db, right?

Yeah I think that should do it. It would be good to know the filesizes
in the backend too.

> > Additionally, check that cn=config,cn=ldbm ... is actually
> > d'B'cachesize not d'N'cachesize.
> Now I'm confused a bit. I thought the dncachesize was what was
> supposed to be set manually while everything else was autosized.
> Sorry for being slow on this.

yeah, dncachesize is manual. But I think dncachesize is per backend,
not part of cn=config,cn=ldbm plugin.

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