Re: [vchkpw] vdelivermail traversing all maildirs on server before delivering mail

2004-06-29 Thread Tom Collins
On Jun 29, 2004, at 4:42 PM, Nick Bright wrote:
However, when I then send a mail to any user (doesn't matter which)
qmail-local kicks off the delivery process and it takes a LONG time and
there is LOTS of disk access. By using the lsof command i was able to
see what files vdelivermail had open, and it was pretty clear that it
was traversing EVERY maildir on the domain (only one domain right now -
I don't know if it would traverse other domains as well) before
delivering the mail to the correct Maildir (which it will do
eventually). While not documented as not right, it clearly isn't
supposed to do that (as it would take forever for the server to get
anything done).
Is this a known issue? Possibly my compile-time options for vpopmail?
Did I do something wrong, or is this a bug? Any comments/suggestions 
are
welcome.
Recompile vpopmail with domain limits turned off.
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Re: [vchkpw] vdelivermail traversing all maildirs on server before delivering mail

2004-06-29 Thread Nick Bright
On Tue, 2004-06-29 at 19:06, Tom Collins wrote:
 On Jun 29, 2004, at 4:42 PM, Nick Bright wrote:
  However, when I then send a mail to any user (doesn't matter which)
  qmail-local kicks off the delivery process and it takes a LONG time and
  there is LOTS of disk access. By using the lsof command i was able to
  see what files vdelivermail had open, and it was pretty clear that it
  was traversing EVERY maildir on the domain (only one domain right now -
  I don't know if it would traverse other domains as well) before
  delivering the mail to the correct Maildir (which it will do
  eventually). While not documented as not right, it clearly isn't
  supposed to do that (as it would take forever for the server to get
  anything done).
 
  Is this a known issue? Possibly my compile-time options for vpopmail?
  Did I do something wrong, or is this a bug? Any comments/suggestions 
  are
  welcome.
 
 Recompile vpopmail with domain limits turned off.
 

I will try this, but could you elaborate on why that is/would cause
this? Is this 'by design' for a setup with domain limits turned on?

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Re: [vchkpw] vdelivermail traversing all maildirs on server before delivering mail

2004-06-29 Thread Tom Collins
On Jun 29, 2004, at 5:09 PM, Nick Bright wrote:
I will try this, but could you elaborate on why that is/would cause
this? Is this 'by design' for a setup with domain limits turned on?
It's a poor design that requires vdelivermail to traverse the entire 
domain to determine whether it's over quota or not.

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Re: [vchkpw] vdelivermail traversing all maildirs on server before delivering mail

2004-06-29 Thread Nick Bright
On Tue, 2004-06-29 at 19:20, Tom Collins wrote:
 On Jun 29, 2004, at 5:09 PM, Nick Bright wrote:
  I will try this, but could you elaborate on why that is/would cause
  this? Is this 'by design' for a setup with domain limits turned on?
 
 It's a poor design that requires vdelivermail to traverse the entire 
 domain to determine whether it's over quota or not.
 
Ah. I see, thanks Tom.
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