tinyldap is a small (11k uncompressed static binary on x86 Linux) and fast (1000 equal queries for one of 3000 records in less than one second on a 1.3 GHz Athlon, with over 3000 separate TCP connections using tcpserver) read-only LDAP server. No tricks like file descriptor passing, thread pools, or caching are used (aside from the buffer cache from the operating system).
Re: Buggy and Bloated
It would benefit to learn about better software design.
See djbdns, or SQLite for instance. OpenLDAP just doesn't fit either KISS or good design.
Also see tinyldap.
Re: Development Version: 9.0.0b5
> Actually, I chose the "no-tonguing"
> option and wrote my own instead.
I could also reinvent the wheel if I wanted. But why when djbdns works great?