On Friday 03 December 2004 05:22 am, Gilcio Grella wrote:
> Thanks a lot Jeremy!
> I didn't know about directory hashing! Now I
> understand it a bit :)

good :)  qmail does the same thing with its queue, only it's a little bit 

> By the way, I'm using ext2 and I'm sure I won't use
> more than 600 files in a directory. I know I can have
> problems, but I'll try not hashing :) Do you know the
> hashing limit of ext2? (But this is not the mainly
> question yet and I know this is not part of you, but
> who knows you can tell me :) )

as stated in my previous email, rule of thumb is 1000.

> So, I recompile vpopmail with the
> --disable-users-big-dir flag and I think that for new
> domains it will work out nice. But for my existing
> domains, it doesn't work yet. I thinks there's
> something related to .dir-control file.

simply remove it.


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