Sorry for missing this info. It's 1.2.11 running on SL6.
On 09/17/2015 08:54 AM, Rich Megginson wrote:
On 09/16/2015 03:11 PM, Adrian Damian wrote:
> Hi There,
> The scenario is simple: we have a subtree in the DIT with a few thousand
> children node. The parent node of the subtree has a few acis including a
> couple of macro acis that apply to each of the child nodes. We've
> observed a significant performance degradation when trying to list all
> the children in the presence of the macro acis.
> Profiling on the client code show that although the first few child
> nodes were fetched quite fast there is a clear delay buildup as the
> retrieval progresses. The buildup is not present when the macro acis are
> removed. Also, it is faster to split the list in chunks and retrieve
> them sequentially.
> Is it possible that as the macro acis are resolved they are added to the
> list of acis of the parent node so that the last nodes are evaluated
> against many more acis than the first ones and hence the observed delay
> in their retrieval? Is there a workaround for this?
What version of 389? rpm -q 389-ds-base
> Thank you,
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