[Owncloud] Heavy LDAP user search
manuel.delgado at ucr.ac.cr
Wed Sep 5 00:21:52 UTC 2012
I'm trying again with the Owncloud 4.5 Beta (Well actually the master
branch) and I have almost the same issue... the CPU of my server goes to
100% when I try to make a simple list or query over the LDAP users.
Actually it loops until time is up...
How does the cache work?
Another issue, I think there's a mistyped in apps/user_ldap/lib/access.php
line 388, it reads:
$sqlAdjustment = 'FROM `dual`';
And it should be:
$sqlAdjustment = 'FROM DUAL';
Otherwise it throws a syntax error on MySQL
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Bach. Computación e Informática
Universidad de Costa Rica
On Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 3:33 AM, Arthur Schiwon <blizzz at owncloud.com> wrote:
> On 08/10/2012 09:02 AM, Dirk Kastens wrote:
>> Hi Manual,
>> When I set the size limit, ldap_serch will only return X entries, so
>>> autocompletion will only work on those X entries and I'll be unable to
>>> share the file with anyone beyond X.
>>> Is this right? or am I missing something?
>> Theoretically you're right. But with autocompletion, the more letters
>> you type, the less users will match. For example, you will share a file
>> with user tomcat: you type "t" and will get a list of 100 users out of
>> 2000 that start with a "t". Then you type "o" and now you will see all
>> 50 users that start with "to". This is the way autocompletion works with
>> SOGo. But if owncloud will only use the initial list of users that is
>> found after typing the first letter, this will not work. So it depends
>> on how owncloud's autocompletion is implemented.
> Unfortunately it is like this, yet. As Michael said, we're working on a
> better implementation with OC 5.
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