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LDAP latency issue in Exchange v2

Posted on 2008-06-25
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exchange troubleshooting assistant and it reports:

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) latencies beyond threshold
The 'MSExchangeDSAccess Domain Controllers LDAP' performance counters are beyond the recommended threshold.

The SBS 2003 server has been opperational for 1 month. It has RAID 5 100gb C: drive and 980gb D; drive
2 gb Ram, 9 users connected. Oh yes, Exchange database moved to D: drive and GFI Mail security just setup.

Any help here would be most greatfully recieved.
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This paper has some tips on improving ldap performance. Figured it would be easier to send the entire thing than to spell it out verbatim heh.
http://www.cse.buffalo.edu/~xwang8/public/paper/ldap_sigmetrics.pdf
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