I'm not sure why this doesn't work, but for the performance, It might
also not be a good idea to have the domains folder and the spool folder
in different locations. I do think XMail does "move" files between those
folders, which isn't the same as copying a file and then deleting the
original file. If both folders are on the same partition, moving a file
doesn't require actually copying its contents, it simply is linked to a
different location. If you're moving a file from one partition to an
other, this however does result in making a copy and then deleting the
original. So if most mails on your mailserver end up in a mailbox, then
it would be better to have spool and domains folder on the same partition.
In the light of this: I would be interested to know when XMail "moves"
files and when it makes a copy. I have for example read that setting the
temp-folder in memory would be a good thing to do. But if files are
"moved" in and out of the temp folder instead of being copied there,
this might not be such a good idea. Does anybody have an insight on this?
Op 08/09/11 13:26, Rittikorn L schreef:
> If I mount MailRoot folder to storage it can work normally.
> but it include spool folder, I don't want process spool folder at storage
> because storage it low performance, May be if run in real environment
> will lose connection.
> someone has any idea?
> Rittikorn L.
> On 08/09/11 15:43, Rittikorn L wrote:
>> I would like to move XMail mailbox data to storage.
>> I mount nfs only domains folder to storage and copy all user folders
>> to storage.
>> mail client can connect to server and got old Email normally
>> after that I check send Email to local users but no any Email
>> receive, Email still remain in spool folder,
>> but if I send Email to outside it can send normally,
>> Help me please...
>> Rittikorn L.
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