On Monday 07 June 2004 01:39 pm, Martin Leduc wrote:
> Can you tel me quickly what is the difference between enabled-many-domain=y
> and =n?

as far as I know it only affects sql (mysql only?) backends, as with 
--enable-many-domains=y (default) it uses one table with all of the 
information, and with it =n it uses one table per domain.

Someone who has actually dug through the code (Tom?, Michael?, Ken?) might be 
able to give you a more definite example, but from my experience that's the 
main difference.

I think --enable-large-site (or similar) is what enables/disables the 
directory hashing, but don't quote me on that.


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