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"At best AD is 4 times slower than OpenLDAP"

OpenLDAPSuretec Suretec partners Symas have released the final results of benchmarking ADAM[?] and AD[?] versus OpenLDAP at AD and ADAM Performance: UPDATE

Punchline: at 5,000,000 (5M) entries, OpenLDAP 2.4.6+ delivered 20,179 authentications a second, ADAM delivered 5,424 and AD did 216. The 1,000,000 (1M) entry runs were 23,273 for OpenLDAP, 5,738 for ADAM, and 4,662 for AD.



The result are open, so feel free to independently verify (you will need an AMD Celestica A8440 with four Opteron 875s (dual 2.2GHz cores) and 16GB DDR333 RAM though ;-) ).

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Welcome to the seventh issue of OpenLDAP Weekly News (OWN), the unofficial weekly newsletter for the OpenLDAP community. This will be released every Sunday (or thereabouts), covering the latest goings on in and around the OpenLDAP community. Summary

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