I've run up against a limit I can't seem to adjust.
When listing a particular DNS zone which has well over 5000 hosts in it,
we keep getting "Search result has been truncated: Configured
administrative server limit exceeded."
I've tried fixing this in a number of ways. We've shut down the
services, edited dse.ldif to raise nsslapd-searchlimit to 99999 and
#ldapsearch -D 'cn=directory manager' -W -b cn=config cn=config | grep
What do I need to do to be able to list all my DNS entries for this
zone? This 5000 limit is enforced through the CLI as well, as "ipa
dnsrecord-find damascusgrp.com --sizelimit=99999" will only return 5000
entries. I know it's taxing and intensive, but I need to be able to
query the WHOLE set of records we have without this restriction.
How can I get around this?
President, Damascus Products LLC
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