IdP use of LDAP and connection pooling
dfisher at vt.edu
Thu Sep 8 20:52:37 BST 2011
On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 2:26 PM, Cantor, Scott <cantor.2 at osu.edu> wrote:
> I'm just wondering these kinds of things:
> - are pools necessary to get reasonable performance on highly loaded IdPs?
I believe so, yes.
> - do they handle failed connections reasonably without ever surfacing them
> as actual data connector failures?
If they don't I hope someone files a bug report.
> - are there ways to maintain connections and avoid the timeouts from the
> client end?
You should be able to configure periodic validation to guarantee your
connections are always alive.
> - is pool validation even needed, or does it just retry on failures and
> handle things gracefully?
Checkin/checkout validation is mainly just for the use cases I couldn't
imagine. Connections will retry once by default on any communication error,
so periodic validation provides the best benefit on top of that.
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