from the dc=foo,dc=bar dept.
I'm taking some time off from work, and have spent much of
playing around with LDAP on OpenBSD.
Currently, I am running OpenLDAP from the 3.0/ports tree,
chrooted (slick eh?) and using LDAP to provide
authentication for Linux and (soon) Solaris hosts. I'm
also using it to provide Netscape Roaming profiles, global
addressbook, and mail routing (via the
performance issues aside
(running the test script from the Courier distribution
pegs slapd at ~90% for a long time on a P5/200 with plenty
of ram, and yes, directory entries are cached.), OpenBSD
looks like an excellent choice as a secure platform for a
mission-critical application like LDAP. Of course, I might
be biased <g>.
What I'd like to ask: Is anyone else out there doing work
with OpenLDAP on OpenBSD? And, while I'm at it, would
like to donate some faster equipment for
to play on?