Hi Eduardo,

Thanks for your reply!

In fact we are not using smtp-auth on this server.

Anyway, the load problem was solved after we adjusted
a few MySQL and file system parameters. The basic idea
was to compensate for the extra number of database hits
resulting from the use of valias.

Regards,

Juliano Simões
Gerente de Tecnologia
Axios Tecnologia e Serviços
http://www.axios.com.br
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
+55 41 2141-1800

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Eduardo Ribeiro da Silva" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <vchkpw@inter7.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2005 8:21 PM
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] vpopmail 5.4.9 slow


Are you using smtp-auth ?

The only way using vchkpw to make qmail spawn a qmail-smtpd process against
MySQL databases is the modified script to make qmail-smtpd spawn it first
using vchkpw.


btw: I speak portuguese too.

Regards
Eduardo Ribeiro da Silva
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Consultant


Em Ter 18 Jan 2005 18:02, Juliano Simões escreveu:
> After upgrading our vpopmail installation from 5.3.30 to 5.4.9
> we noticed that SMTP mail delivery became very slow and
> qmail-smtpd processes now eat *lots* of CPU load to run.
>
> Besides the upgrade, the most significant change is that we
> have moved our aliases from file to MySQL (valias support).
> Vpopmail configure parameters are:
>
> env LIBS="-lz" \
> ./configure \
> --enable-roaming-users=y \
> --enable-relay-clear-minutes=120 \
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] \
> --enable-auth-module=mysql \
> --enable-many-domains=y \
> --enable-clear-passwd=n \
> --enable-tcpserver-file=/var/vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp  \
> --enable-auth-logging=n \
> --enable-valias
>
> I wonder if anyone has dealt with server load problems after
> upgrading to 5.4.9? Can this be related to the use of valias?
>
> Regards,
>
> Juliano Simões
> Gerente de Tecnologia
> Axios Tecnologia e Serviços
> http://www.axios.com.br
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> +55 41 2141-1800
>
>
>

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