On 20 Jan 2021, at 08:42, Tom <tom(a)foscore.com> wrote:
A lot of config options, for example nsslapd-sizelimit, start with NS. What does NS stand
NetScape! A lot of the directory server code originally was part of netscape and then had
some adventures going through SUN, AOL and finally Red Hat and OpenSource.
This is contrast to NS in macos (nextstep) and nsswitch (name-service switch) or ns
(nanoseconds) or any of the other overloaded meanings that NS has in our world.
Thanks in advance for tolerating a newbie with OCD!
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