Evaluation Copy for 90 Days
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license: Evaluation Copy for 90 Days
home page url: http://www.sun.com
Download url: http://www.sun.com
Note: It requires to have user account created to download the tool .
Download Steps :
Select Downloads & Trials
- All downloads
- View by Category
- Identity Management
- Directory Services
- Directory Server Resource Kit --------->
- Select Download
- Step 1: Select Component - Directory Server Resource Kit
- Step 2: Select Version – 5.2.1
- Step 3: Select Delivery Type - Compressed Archive [ ZIP]
- Step 4: Select Platform –
- Solaris Sparc 8/9
- Solaris 9 x86
- RH 7.2
- Windows NT
- AIX 5.1
- HP-UX 11.11
Installation steps in Solaris 9:
- Copy & unzip dsrk52-SunOS5.8_DBG.zip, after unzip there is a java class with name DSRK will be available
- Run java DSRK
- Follow the instructions and provide installation directory
- Later exports the paths or copy the paths to be exported into /etc/profile file.
Here DSRK is installed under /root/DSRK folder.
Benefits Using Directory Server Resource Kit : It provides a tool called ldclt.
- The ldclt tool is a powerful and flexible client for creating and running stress tests on Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory servers.
- The tool generates LDIF files and performs searches, additions, modifications, deletions, or renaming using complex randomizing capabilities to simulate real usage conditions.
- The ldclt (LDAP client) is a multithreaded application developed using the Sun™ ONE LDAP SDK for C.
- It is designed to be used in automated tests on a directory; its command-line interface is extensive and suitable for scripting. This will allow you to run complex tests automatically and compare performance over time for reliability.
For more information refer @ http://docs.sun.com/source/816-6400-10/ldclt.html
Disclaimer: As with everything else at Cool Solutions, this content is definitely not supported by Novell (so don't even think of calling Support if you try something and it blows up).
It was contributed by a community member and is published "as is." It seems to have worked for at least one person, and might work for you. But please be sure to test, test, test before you do anything drastic with it.