On 04/11/2013 02:04 PM, Mathieu Lemoine wrote:
Thank you for the pointer. Several commends
Enjoy! (Feedback is welcome and will be appreciated.)
Please remove enumeration. We ask people not to use enumeration up
until it is really needed. So if you "really need it" please say
that your case is somewhat odd.
The enumeration creates a lot of burden on the server. The
enumeration is needed only in the case when the servers you access
run unattended for a long period of time with noone *ever* logging
into them. If this is the case then enumeration is probably the
right thing to do as this is the only way to sync up data and make
it available before outage for the case of outage.
However in most cases people log into the systems periodically. In
this case the data is cached and the enumeration is really not
Can you please augment it in the article? It is really important
because people start to use enumerate = true and get into delays
when they really do not need to use enumeration.
Also I am not sure that enumeration really affects the data that is
needed for SSH integration. Can someone confirm that please?
"to read about this match, " did you mean "patch"?
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