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Re: slow startup after upgrade

Hi Roger,

On Feb 17 22:32, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Feb 17 19:13, Roger Orr wrote:
> > According to nltest /dclist:
> > Our environment has 6 London based DCs 
> > 
> > According to ldp.exe Live Enterprise Tree we have a tree structure for LDAP.
> > 
> > 6 leaf nodes at the top matching ther 6 DCs
> > 4 leaf nodes under an "AUS" (Australia) node
> > 3 leaf nodes under a "CHI" (Chicago) node
> > and a few more similar to this in other regions.
> > 
> > When running mkpasswd I see active sessions to all the nodes in the tree on
> > port 389 (ldap)
> > 
> > I have tried using Sysinternals ADInsight (with a 32bit cygwin) to see what
> > requests are made with 'echo.exe'
> > 
> > There are two searches shown:
> > 
> > A) RootDSE:LDAP_SCOPE_BASE:(objectclass=*)  (1.113ms)
> > B) <London DNS>:LDAP_SCOPE_SUBTREE:((objectClass=trustedDomain) AND
> > (name=<Australian DNS>))     (4.426s)
> > 
> > I don't know why the second query is being made with the Australian DNS name
> > but I suspect this is the problem.
> Thanks for doing that!  It's really cool to get this info since it seems
> to point to the culprit.
> It's not the problem that the Australian DNS is mentioned here.  This is
> perfectly valid.  The LDAP query is going to the London DNS DC
> (apparently, I hope that's right in your case) and the query is for
> information on a trusted domain.  It looks like you have a group from
> the australian domain in your user token.  To compute the gid of the
> group, cygwin asks *your* DC for a value called "posixOffset" for *that*
> trusted domain.
> The bottom line is, this is not going to Australia, because all DCs have
> this info for their trusted domains in their own DB so it's a planly
> local query.
> However, that mean this local LDAP query is *extremly* slow.  I changed
> the query now to limit the scope of the database search.  This should speed
> up the request a lot.
> [...etc...]

I just release a new test release, 1.7.35-0.3, see

This should speed up the search for the trustedDomain info a lot.

Can you please give it a try and perform your fantastic timing test as

Thanks in advance,

Corinna Vinschen                  Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
Cygwin Maintainer                 cygwin AT cygwin DOT com
Red Hat

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