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The ‘tag’ field in Sun Directory Server access logs

From Neil Wilson: The tag field (in the Sun DSEE access log) holds a base 10 representation of the ASN.1 BER type of the protocol op of the LDAP request. Possible values are: Value Description 96 Bind request 97 Bind … Continue reading

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DSEE: Add attributes to changelog entry upon deletes.

Sun’s Directory Server 5.x has a facility called the Retro Change Log that was intended to maintain compatibility with the 4.x versions of the directory server. Servers of the 4.x vintage are sometimes known as the Netscape Directory Server, and … Continue reading

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13,800,000 entry Sun Directory Server 5.2 patch 6 Benchmark yields 17,000 searches per second

Introduction At one time, the Sun Directory Server provided the most scalable, high-performance LDAP data store for identity information in the industry and serves as the foundation for the new generation of e-business applications and Web services. Sun Directory Server provides … Continue reading

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