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INFADD(1)						      General Commands Manual							 INFADD(1)

NAME
infadd - infinite additions to LDAP server SYNOPSIS
infadd -s suffix -u bindDN -w password [options] DESCRIPTION
infadd is used to measure performance of the add operation. It can span multiple threads in order to test the performance under heavy lock- ing. OPTIONS
-h hostname hostname (default: localhost) -p port port (default: 389) -t threads number of threads to spin (default: 1) -d use TCP no-delay -q quiet mode (no status updates) -v verbose mode (give per-thread statistics) -I num first uid (default: 0) -l count limit count; stops when the total count exceeds <count> -i msec sample interval in milliseconds (default: 10000) -R size generate <size> random names instead of using data files -z size add binary blob of average size of <size> bytes SEE ALSO
rsearch(1) AUTHOR
infadd was written by the 389 Project. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to http://bugzilla.redhat.com. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc. Used by permission. Copyright (C) 2008 Red Hat, Inc. This manual page was written by Michele Baldessari <michele@pupazzo.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). This is free software. You may redistribute copies of it under the terms of the Directory Server license found in the LICENSE file of this software distribution. This license is essentially the GNU General Public License version 2 with an exception for plug-in distribution. May 18, 2008 INFADD(1)

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RSEARCH(1)						      General Commands Manual							RSEARCH(1)

NAME
rsearch - Stress test an LDAP server with search operations SYNOPSIS
rsearch -D binddn -w bindpw -s suffix -f filter [options] DESCRIPTION
Stress tests an LDAP server with search operations. OPTIONS
A summary of options is included below: -H print Usage (this message) -h host ldap server host (default: localhost) -p port ldap server port (default: 389) -S scope search SCOPE [0,1,or 2] (default: 2) -b bind before every operation -u don't unbind -- just close the connection -L set linger -- connection discarded when closed -N No operation -- just bind (ignore mdc) -v verbose -y nodelay -q quiet -l logging -m operaton: modify non-indexed attr (description). -B required -M operaton: modify indexed attr (telephonenumber). -B required -d operaton: delete. -B required -c operaton: compare. -B required -i file name file; used for the search filter -B file [DN and] UID file (use '-B ?' to see the format) -A attrs list of attributes for search request -a file list of attributes for search request in a file -- (use '-a ?' to see the format ; -a & -A are mutually exclusive) -n number (reserved for future use) -o number Search time limit, in seconds; (default: 30; no time limit: 0) -j number sample interval, in seconds (default: 10) -t number threads (default: 1) -T number Time limit, in seconds; cmd stops when exceeds <number> -V show running average -C num take num samples, then stop -R num drop connection & reconnect every num searches -x Use -B file for binding; ignored if -B is not given AUTHOR
rsearch was written by the 389 Project. REPORTING BUGS
Report bugs to http://bugzilla.redhat.com. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc. Used by permission. Copyright (C) 2008 Red Hat, Inc. This manual page was written by Michele Baldessari <michele@pupazzo.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). This is free software. You may redistribute copies of it under the terms of the Directory Server license found in the LICENSE file of this software distribution. This license is essentially the GNU General Public License version 2 with an exception for plug-in distribution. May 18, 2008 RSEARCH(1)
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