Some work was done a few years back by a user who was storing a similar scale of users in
their directory. They noticed some delays in replication but those issues were resolved.
So hopefully it "just works".
If you were going to have any issues with this, it would be:
* network response sizes (since the groups are large it will block the connection)
* replication delays (to sort/manage the content)
* update/write delays
So I'd test this with a development environment if I were you, but as mentioned, since
there are already users doing this, hopefully there are no hidden traps for you :)
On 23 Oct 2020, at 08:32, murmansk(a)hotmail.com wrote:
We have a two machine 389DS multimaster cluster holding about 850.000 users. It's
been working great for over three years now.
But we are creating some big groups, that will have about 150.000 users in them.
I've read in the list some posts about groups larger than that.
But I would like to know if there is any limit or precaution when working with groups
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