Well I think they do what Oracle does with OID and Oracle RDBMS.  They use many read-only
tables and stage updates to the directory.

Alex

On 5/21/07, Andrew C. Oliver <acoliver@buni.org> wrote:

> I have seen DB2+TivoliDS used in a big company with more than 70 000 000
> entries. Stable, reliable. I wish ADS is half as good as TivoliDS + DB2 ;)
>
> Emmanuel

They must have turned it to allow dirty reads.

-Andy
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