My mistake, that feature only disables users directory hashing.
It doesn't override the domain directory hashing.
On Wednesday 30 June 2004 05:59 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Hi Ken,
> I tried configure vpopmail 5.4.5 with option --disable-users-big-dir and
> didn't work.
> I have 100 domains in /home/vpopmail/domains after this, vpopmail create
> /home/vpopmail/domain/0 with more 100 domains, after
> /home/vpopmail/domains/1 with more 100 domains. I would like put this
> domains only in /home/vpopmail/domains, not in more subdirectories.
> If you or another person have any idea to change this, e-mail me :-)
> > On Wednesday 30 June 2004 04:04 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >> I need to disable hash dir for domains in vpopmail. when i create a new
> >> domain, the directory is /home/vpopmail/domains/0/domain, and don't need
> >> the 0 dir hash.
> > configure vpopmail with this option:
> > --disable-users-big-dir
> > Becareful, once you get more than about 300 directories in a directory
> > you'll start to run into efficency issues, unless you are using a
> > filesystem
> > that does not use linear inode scans.
> > Ken Jones
> >> Thanks
> >> Marcos