Re: [SOGo] Performance Tuning

2019-09-05 Thread Ludovic Marcotte
On 2019-09-05 8:10 a.m., bdus...@luzerne.edu wrote: I have created the info.plist file at /var/lib/sogoeas/GNUstep/Defaults as described in step 3.   I believe my new instance of sogod isn't reading this file. With recent versions of GNUstep, the file probably needs to be called:

Re: [SOGo] Performance Tuning

2019-09-05 Thread bdus...@luzerne.edu
.nu Cc: Subject: Re: [SOGo] Performance Tuning Date: Wed, Sep 4, 2019 11:44 AM   Hi, If you've got over 650 EAS users, a PREFORK of 400 will never work. EAS clients will fight to get sogod workers and will leave nothing to the SOGo web interface. Dedicate a SOGo instance to EAS and use a han

Re: [SOGo] Performance Tuning

2019-09-04 Thread Ludovic Marcotte
Hi, If you've got over 650 EAS users, a PREFORK of 400 will never work. EAS clients will fight to get sogod workers and will leave nothing to the SOGo web interface. Dedicate a SOGo instance to EAS and use a handful of workers for the web interface. See

[SOGo] Performance Tuning

2019-09-04 Thread bdus...@luzerne.edu
  A few months ago we began providing SOGo for our students.   It was summer and the number of students using the server was limited.   I found tuning was needed, especially the prefork value.   I was able to find good values for our installation within a day or two.    We started a new

Re: [SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-06 Thread Peter TKATCHENKO
Hi, Thanks, guys, I'm on FreeBSD 11.2 too (jailed), I had the same problem,NGImap4DisableIMAP4Pooling = NO; solved it for me!! I've increased memcached memory too ;) Peter On 03/03/2019 10:18, Odhiambo Washington (odhia...@gmail.com) wrote: On Sun, 3 Mar 2019 at 03:59, Lorenz Pressler

Re: [SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-03 Thread Odhiambo Washington
On Sun, 3 Mar 2019 at 03:59, Lorenz Pressler wrote: > Hi Odhiamb, > > I tried setting it to 128M and I tried moving it to a unix socket. Both > resulted in nothing noticable but I did not really expect anything on > the cache side since everything else but accessing mail is reasonably fast. > >

Re: [SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-02 Thread Lorenz Pressler
> Try using http://www.imapproxy.org/ in between SOGo and your IMAP server. I would have thought this would just have the same effect as "NGImap4DisableIMAP4Pooling = NO;" however response times are worse (>1.5s). When I additionally enable pooling then the response time is about the same as

Re: [SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-02 Thread Ludovic Marcotte
On 2019-03-01 4:12 a.m., Lorenz Pressler (lor...@pressler.pro) wrote: Viewing a mail in the SOGo webmail interface however takes > 1s which makes it bothersome to use (from the click on the message in the message list to viewing the mail content in the message pane). I enabled a few debug

Re: [SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-02 Thread Lorenz Pressler
Hi Odhiamb, I tried setting it to 128M and I tried moving it to a unix socket. Both resulted in nothing noticable but I did not really expect anything on the cache side since everything else but accessing mail is reasonably fast. regards, -- Lorenz Pressler -- users@sogo.nu

Re: [SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-02 Thread Markus Winkler
Hi Lorenz, On 01.03.19 22:42, Lorenz Pressler (lor...@pressler.pro) wrote: yes, this made indeed a difference; it's about ~20-30% faster. response time taken from the debug log is now ~500-1200ms. as expected, I would say. ;-) Thank you for testing and your feedback. I am not sure why

Re: [SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-01 Thread Lorenz Pressler
Hi Markus, Just for testing purposes: could you please add NGImap4DisableIMAP4Pooling = NO; and check, if this makes any difference? yes, this made indeed a difference; it's about ~20-30% faster. response time taken from the debug log is now ~500-1200ms. I am not sure why though or I am

Re: [SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-01 Thread Markus Winkler
Hi Lorenz, On 01.03.19 10:12, Lorenz Pressler (lor...@pressler.pro) wrote: I don't have much in my config at all, maybe I am missing something; in your sogo.conf I couldn't find 'NGImap4DisableIMAP4Pooling', which defaults to 'YES'. Just for testing purposes: could you please add

Re: [SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-01 Thread Odhiambo Washington
On Fri, 1 Mar 2019 at 14:36, Lorenz Pressler wrote: > Hello, > > I am a quite new SOGo user and testing it on my mail server. So far I am > very pleased but I am still struggling to improve performance on the web > interface. > > Hardware is a Xeon E3 with 32 GB RAM > Systemdisk is an SSD (ZFS)

Re: [SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-01 Thread Lorenz Pressler
Hello, thanks for the reply. concerning your questions: How many accounts do you have on that server? 3 accounts Do you use ActiveSync? I am using the active-sync port (sogo4-activesync-4.0.6)  from freebsd but I have no clients that use it. How big are your email folders? my inbox right

Re: [SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-01 Thread Christian Mack
Hello How many accounts do you have on that server? Do you use ActiveSync? How big are your email folders? Which Browser are you using? Did you set "Animation Level" to "None"? Kind regards, Christian Mack Am 01.03.19 um 10:12 schrieb Lorenz Pressler (lor...@pressler.pro): > Hello, > > I am a

[SOGo] Performance tuning

2019-03-01 Thread Lorenz Pressler
Hello, I am a quite new SOGo user and testing it on my mail server. So far I am very pleased but I am still struggling to improve performance on the web interface. Hardware is a Xeon E3 with 32 GB RAM Systemdisk is an SSD (ZFS) Mails are located on an HDD (ZFS) Server runs only dovecot +