On Thu, May 6, 2010 at 6:50 AM, Petter Reinholdtsen <pere(a)hungry.com> wrote:
I am testing sssd and the pam and nss package on Ubuntu here at the
university, and ran into unexpected behaviour. sssd_be uses 100% CPU
most of the time, and top report that its virtual size is 244 MB and
its resident size is 152 MB. I've configured sssd to use LDAP as a
directory and as the authentication method.
The university have a lot of users and groups, and I wonder if this is
why the process is so big and use so much CPU. How well do sssd
scale? Can it handle a directory with 100 000 users and 10 000
What version of sssd do you have and could you please post your
configuration file? There was an issue with 1.0.5 and certain
configurations that would cause 100% cpu usage.
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