> On Sep 25, 2007, at 10:06 AM, John Simpson wrote:
>> the idea of splitting the domains and mailboxes into different
>> directories has been around forever, there's no excuse for somebody
>> to not have made the adjustment by now.
> I'm all for keeping it, but someone should fix it. On my server,
> with a cdb backend, I have the following structure:
> main directory: 65 domains
> 0: 25 domains
> 1: 2 domains
> 2: 2 domains
> 3: 0 domains
> 4: 3 domains
> 5: 44 domains
> Just for reference, here's the .dir-control file for that server:
> 0 0 0
> 61 61 61
> 0 2 2
> 5 0 0
> I'd love to see vadddomain do a better job of back-filling domains.
> Maybe vadddomain and vdeldomain could work together to keep
> directories at a balanced level.
Just for reference, I have a patch that does a lot of this for the MySQL
backend. It's up on SF in patches, #1619600, and could probably server as
a basis for this type of code everywhere. There's also a separate patch
that allows per-domain control of the # of users per directory, also just
for MySQL, but again it could serve as a starting point.
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