Thank you John - much appreciated.
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On 2013-02-04, at 16:35, John Dennis <jden...@redhat.com> wrote:
> On 02/04/2013 07:07 PM, It Meme wrote:
>> Thank you John for your helpful reply.
>> Near real time will be sufficient - within the 5 min range.
>> Will it be practical when managing a user's groups - these can happen
>> when a user moves within the organization or is terminated.
> I'm not sure we've done timing measurements on various operations, but in
> general most IPA commands are fast executing in sub-second elapsed time on
> the server. Latency on the client side can be introduced by such things as
> authentication (mitigated by the use of client sessions), network latencies
> between the client and the server, DNS resolution, etc. Those types of
> network induced latencies can be very hard to predict because it depends on a
> number of external factors having nothing to do with IPA per se. Elapsed time
> on the server is also influenced by LDAP tuning (e.g. indexes), memory,
> available CPU, etc.
> Things like adding a user, or adding a user to a group are not compute
> intensive and should execute quickly. For your intended use I don't see any
> issues with the elapsed time for command execution.
> John Dennis <jden...@redhat.com>
> Looking to carve out IT costs?
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