Hello everyone.

I'm trying to mount a certain part of my filesystem as a temporary file system to improve performance. I'm running a Mail gateway server, with FreeBSD 4.9, Sendmail 8.12.11, MailScanner, ClamAV and spamassassin.

I have a incoming mail queue directory that I wanted to mount as a temp file system to improve performance. The specific directory is /var/spool/mqueue.in

I flipped through the man pages and came up with this command:

mount -t mfs -o -s1048576 /dev/da0s1b /var/spool/mqueue.in/

But when I initiate the command, I see this:

mailmg# mount -t mfs -o -s1048576 /dev/da0s1b /var/spool/mqueue.in/
Warning: Block size and bytes per inode restrict cylinders per group to 89.

Did I count wrong or something? I cant seem to figure that one out. I tried changing the size of the temp fs, but still receive the same error.

Anyone have any ideas?

I appreciate it.


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