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32.6 Optimizing Authentication with a Cache

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Created on: Oct 11, 2011 6:14 PM by Zenoss API - Last Modified:  Oct 11, 2011 6:28 PM by Zenoss API

 6. Optimizing Authentication with a Cache

Once you have configured third-party authentication, you should enable caching. Without a cache of LDAP responses, your  Resource Manager server must repeatedly query the configured LDAP server or servers for user, group and authentication information. The following steps describe the process of setting up caching of LDAP responses.

  1. Log in to  Resource Manager as a user with the Manager role.

  2. Navigate to /zport/acl_users/manage in the Web interface. Do this by replacing the end of your URL within the  Resource Manager Web interface.

  3. Choose RAM Cache Manager from the list of options at top-right.

     

    Figure 32.1. Add RAM CAche

    Add RAM CAche

  4. Set the Id to RAMCache, and then click Add.

  5. Click the new RAMCache added to the list to configure it.

    1. Erase AUTHENTICATED_USER from the REQUEST variables field.

    2. Click Save Changes.

  6. Click acl_users in the breadcrumbs to go back to the acl_users folder.

     

    Figure 32.2. acl_users Breadcrumbs

    acl_users Breadcrumbs

  7. Click the Cache tab.

  8. Select RAMCache from the Cache this object using list, and then click Save Changes.

  9. Click the Contents tab.

  10. Click the adPlugin or ldapAuthentication plugin, and then click the Cache tab.

  11. Select RAMCache from the list and click Save Changes.

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