Put 1000 or so lines of data in a file and see :)
You could probably write a script that would add say 192.168.1.1 through
192.168.4.255 and then run tcprules against it and see how long it
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> Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2005 3:05 PM
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> Subject: [vchkpw] How expensive is reloading the tcp.smtp.cdb?
> Related to my earlier post, how expensive is it -
> resource-wise - to reload a tcp.smtp file of 100-1000 lines?
> If I have processing that is updating tcp.smtp every 5-10
> minutes and I choose to reload the cdb from that tcp.smtp, is
> that a bad idea?
> The "qmailctl cdb" command runs very fast for me now, but I
> don't have any idea what impact it has on any smtpd instances
> having to restart or re-read.
> Anyone know?