flooding speed

Copeland, Tony copelandt@uncw.edu
Thu Jan 12 01:42:56 UTC 2006


We use it to help with lookups our ldap authentication infrastructure,
but try to avoid it whenever possible. 

If I can help gather any information, just let me know... Dcc.uncw.edu
runs Solaris 10 (but I'm pretty sure nscd is off.)


Thanks,
-Tony

Tony Copeland
UNC Wilmington
601 South College Road
Wilmington, NC 28403-5619
Phone: 910.962.7680
Fax: 910.962.4197 

-----Original Message-----
From: dcc-admin@rhyolite.com [mailto:dcc-admin@rhyolite.com] On Behalf
Of michael
Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2006 7:26 PM
To: Vernon Schryver
Cc: dcc@calcite.rhyolite.com
Subject: Re: flooding speed

>
> After nscd was bounced, ncsd was about 1000 times smaller, and dccd
> started keeping up with the incoming floods.
>

Dumb question:

Why is the person using ncsd? It tends to be more of problem. It really
is 
only necessary when using NIS/NFS.

Bind or tinydns would seem to be a better choice.

Michael
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