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LDAP Load threshold

Hi,
We are running AM 4.1.3 on SLES 11. We occasionally get a message from the identity servers saying they are not accepting any more users and something about the LDAP threshold being 200. I am thinking of increasing this as we have 3 servers making a total of 600 concurrent LDAP requests, which may not be enough. Can anyone suggest a suitable value? Or should I just increase it by 50/100 and then see what happens? There must be a limit to this value but I have no idea what this would be. We are running SLES 11 SP3, 8 GB RAM, dual Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2680 v2 @ 2.80GHz processors. Any advice welcome.
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Steve Tennant
De Montfort University
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Re: LDAP Load threshold

On 22-03-2019 6:04 AM, sttennant wrote:
>
> Hi,
> We are running AM 4.1.3 on SLES 11. We occasionally get a message from
> the identity servers saying they are not accepting any more users and
> something about the LDAP threshold being 200. I am thinking of
> increasing this as we have 3 servers making a total of 600 concurrent
> LDAP requests, which may not be enough. Can anyone suggest a suitable
> value? Or should I just increase it by 50/100 and then see what happens?
> There must be a limit to this value but I have no idea what this would
> be. We are running SLES 11 SP3, 8 GB RAM, dual Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU
> E5-2680 v2 @ 2.80GHz processors. Any advice welcome.
> Thanks
> Steve Tennant
> De Montfort University
>
>


Set it to 600. See section 3.1 at https://www.netiq.com/documentation/access-manager-44/resources/performance_sizing/performance_sizing.pdf


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Cheers,
Edward
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STTennant
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Re: LDAP Load threshold

edmaa;2497183 wrote:
On 22-03-2019 6:04 AM, sttennant wrote:
>
> Hi,
> We are running AM 4.1.3 on SLES 11. We occasionally get a message from
> the identity servers saying they are not accepting any more users and
> something about the LDAP threshold being 200. I am thinking of
> increasing this as we have 3 servers making a total of 600 concurrent
> LDAP requests, which may not be enough. Can anyone suggest a suitable
> value? Or should I just increase it by 50/100 and then see what happens?
> There must be a limit to this value but I have no idea what this would
> be. We are running SLES 11 SP3, 8 GB RAM, dual Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU
> E5-2680 v2 @ 2.80GHz processors. Any advice welcome.
> Thanks
> Steve Tennant
> De Montfort University
>
>


Set it to 600. See section 3.1 at https://www.netiq.com/documentation/access-manager-44/resources/performance_sizing/performance_sizing.pdf


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Cheers,
Edward


Thanks Edward for the reply. I will try 600 (I might try 400 first to see if it causes server overload).
Regards
Steve Tennant
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