In the last episode (Jul 08), Daniel Bye said:
> On Tue, Jul 08, 2003 at 09:57:14AM +1000, Andrew Thomson wrote:
> > we're back in business...
> > 
> > Jul  8 09:50:11 athomson spamd[52899]: clean message (0.4/5.0) for ajt:1001 in 
> > 10.2 seconds, 3044 bytes. 
> > Jul  8 09:50:28 athomson spamd[52912]: clean message (0.4/5.0) for ajt:1001 in 
> > 10.3 seconds, 5840 bytes. 
> > Jul  8 09:54:35 athomson spamd[52952]: clean message (0.4/5.0) for ajt:1001 in 0.3 
> > seconds, 3027 bytes. 
> > Jul  8 09:54:43 athomson spamd[52965]: clean message (1.3/5.0) for ajt:1001 in 0.4 
> > seconds, 8524 bytes. 
> > 
> > put
> > use_razor1 0
> > use_razor2 0
> > in my local config and now it goes real fast!!
> > 
> > so what is this razor business anyway??
> 
> It's a collaborative database of ...  Heck, it'll be easier if you take a
> look at the web site.  All I will say is that Razor, pyzor and dcc are all
> really good resources for culling spam.

You might want to turn debugging up and find out why razor is timing
out instead of returning results (the default razor_timeout is 10).  It
really does do a good job.

-- 
        Dan Nelson
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