[Dovecot] rc31 -> "deferring operation: binding"

Timo Sirainen tss at iki.fi
Tue Apr 10 10:24:02 EEST 2007

On 10.4.2007, at 4.04, Ben Beuchler wrote:

> As I understand it, the new auth_bind code is extremely careful about
> flushing all pending operations before attempting to perform the
> authentication bind.  If that's the case, any idea why OpenLDAP is
> deferring the binding operations so frequently?  So far it hasn't
> caused any login problems, but it's quite disconcerting given the
> expected behavior described in the Changelog.

Well, I've really no idea. I know it works for many people and I  
couldn't get it to break when stress testing with hundreds of  
connections per second.

Is there anything else in slapd logs? For example I found this with  
google: http://www.openldap.org/lists/openldap-software/200507/ 

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