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|Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Release Notes 11g Release 1 (126.96.36.199.0)|
This section describes the new features provided in Directory Server 11g R1 (188.8.131.52.0).
Suffix data can occupy a large amount of disk space, especially files in LDIF format. You can optimize transfer times and disk space by importing compressed files when initializing a suffix. You can also export compressed files. When you export suffix data, if the filename of the export file ends with .gz, ODSEE automatically compresses the file.
The GSSAPI library is now available for the Linux operating system.
The ODSEE distribution includes the schema file FusionAppsSchema.ldif , but it is not loaded by default. Before you can use ODSEE with Oracle Fusion applications, you must import the schema definitions contained in FusionAppsSchema.ldif. Example:
$ dsee7/dsrk/bin/ldapmodify -D cn=admin,cn=Administrators,cn=config -w - -f /path/to/FusionAppsSchema.ldif
For ODSEE 11g R1 (184.108.40.206) and earlier versions, apply the sunOneSchema.ldif bundled with OVD.
This section describes the new features provided in Directory Proxy Server 11g R1 (220.127.116.11.0).
Adaptive Failover — Requests are distributed to a set of data sources with enough added weight to provide the minimum total weight required. See Adaptive Failover Algorithm for Load Balancing in Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Reference for more information.
Fastest Server — Requests are distributed exclusively to the attached data sources with the quickest response time for that type of operation. See Fastest Server Algorithm for Load Balancing in Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition Reference for more information.
Automatically compress the access log after log rotation.
Track clients connected across access log rotation.
Display the number of busy worker threads in cn=monitor.
Display the number of current incoming connections.
The bind and connection logs provide the same information already present in the access log, but in separate files. The filtered information lives longer, and is now easier to find.
The following password hashing schemes are now available: SHA256, SSHA256 SHA512 and SSHA512.