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LDAP credentials caching

From: <Martin.Vigoureux_at_alcatel.fr>
Date: 2006-02-15 13:02:46 CET


I am pretty new to Linux and svn.
However I managed to install svn and I am using apache as the server.
In addition I am using LDAP to assure authentication.
Everything works well.
The sad thing about it is that LDAP based authentication considerably
slows down the access to the repository.
I have the feeling that for each atomic action on the repository,
a request is made to the LDAP server to verify credentials (though
I do not have to enter each time my login/pass as I have "asked"
subclipse to remember it).
I am saying this because for a test project without authentication
any operation is quite immediate.
So is there a way to avoid, what I think is happening, to happen ?
I know it may more be an apache question but I am trying here first.
I am using the modules: mod_ldap.so and mod_auth_ldap.so

Thank you for your understanding and help


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