On 28 Sep 2019, at 05:38, Abhisheyk Deb
I know this might be a very vague question, but is there any way I can limit the number
of connections that a 389 Directory Server Instance accepts from OpenLDAP Clients (for
example like 10) running nslcd.
Once this maximum number of connections are achieved, any further requests will not be
worked upon. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
There are a few ways to achieve this.
There is a "per connection" thread limit you can use.
You can limit "maximum connections" by the file-descriptor limit in the systemd
You can also set different limits for the connection based on the user that bind.
Hope that helps,
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