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More info....

Had the AD team run diagnostics on AD using perfmon.

No outstanding issues found, multiple request per second, no issues
notes, highest utilization is memory at 75% consumed, LSASS is the high
user (as expected )


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dbgallo;265536 Wrote:
> More info....
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> Had the AD team run diagnostics on AD using perfmon.
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> No outstanding issues found, multiple request per second, no issues
> notes, highest utilization is memory at 75% consumed, LSASS is the high
> user (as expected )


Do you have the permission reconciliation package configured on the AD
driver? Also, are you running trace lvl 3 logging? Trace logging can
slow down the driver as it writes quite a bit to the logs and the
permission reconciliation components for bidirectional group syncing can
really slow the AD driver down.


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Re: AD Driver - slow processing

no and no, in fact we have the trace file off completely on the AD remote loader side and set to 0 in the IDM engine.
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If you turn tracing back up and trace a couple events from beginning to
end, how long does each take and which policies are taking the longest
to complete?

I've had problems like this when querying unindexed attributes (either
direction).


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> remote loader side and set to 0 in the IDM engine.
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Question for dbgallo, I am curious if you found the root cause of this
problem and what you did to fix it? Thanks


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