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OUD Performance Tuning - Examples for Using the "dstune" Command (Doc ID 2217613.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 12, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Should the dstune command be used to tune the server, or to tune the tools, ie; - import-ldif, export-ldif, or rebuild-index, verify-index, or to tune all?


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In this Document
 Running dstune Using Subcommands and Options
 Running the dstune Command Interactively
 -- Example - List Current Tuning Settings -
 -- Example - Tune Based on LDAP Data Information - Using the Contents of an LDIF File -
 -- Example - Tune Based on Memory Limits for the Server - Providing the Percentage of System Memory -
 -- Example - Tune Providing Runtime Options -- For All Tools - Using the Autotune Option -
 -- Example - Tune Based on Current Database Contents - Using the dstune data-based Command -

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