Sun Directory Server Enterprise Edition 7.0 Administration Guide

ProcedureTo Configure a Resource Limits Policy

You can use DSCC to perform this task. For information, see Directory Service Control Center Interface and the DSCC online help.

  1. View the properties of a resource limits policy.

    $ dpconf get-resource-limits-policy-prop -h host -p port policy-name

    The default properties of a resource limits policy are as follows:

    denied-presence-filter-attr                 :  all
    denied-presence-filter-attr-enabled         :  false
    description                                 :  -
    max-client-connections                      :  unlimited
    max-connections                             :  unlimited
    max-op-count-per-interval                   :  inlimited
    max-simultaneous-operations-per-connection  :  unlimited
    max-total-operations-per-connection         :  unlimited
    minimum-search-filter-substring-length      :  unlimited
    op-count-per-interval-timeout               :  1s
    referral-bind-policy                        :  default
    referral-hop-limit                          :  default
    referral-policy                             :  default
    search-size-limit                           :  unlimited
    search-time-limit                           :  unlimited
    warning-op-count-per-interval               :  unlimited
  2. Configure the resource limits policy by setting one or more of the properties that are listed in Step 1:

    $ dpconf set-resource-limits-policy-prop -h host -p port policy-name \
      property:value [property:value ...]

    To specify the threshold number of operations per time interval at which a warning is raised, run the following command:

    $ dpconf  set-resource-limits-policy-prop -h host -p port policy-name \

    When the specified number of operations exceed in a specified time interval, the warning-resource-limit-exceeded alert is raised. For more information on warning-resource-limit-exceeded, see Configuring Administrative Alerts for Directory Proxy Server.