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On 13 May 2006, at 05:39, Sam Stainsby wrote:
Ah, I'd be worried whether adding the additional layer (PAM) isn't
going to slow you down.
Its only an intranet web server, not a public one, so the traffic
huge. I expect that the true bottleneck will lie in communicating
LDAP server over the WAN rather than the local authentication method.
I wouldn't expect that to be a problem, unless you have a really bad
connection out to the WAN or braindead firewalls that cut open
connections arbitrarily. However, if the LDAP client side is stupid
and wants to do the whole connecting/binding/asking/unbinding dance
for each and every request it might be a bit slow.
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