I just wonder if anyone have tested Trend Micro for AV. I know it's a
pay AV but just wonder..
Nick Bright wrote:
> I had the same problems under high load on a similarly configured
> machine (2.0Ghz instead of 2.4Ghz, but other than that about the same).
> When I installed the external & big todo patches it helped A LOT, but I
> still have some delay in delivery. However it is much more "acceptable"
> as messages can be delayed one to two minutes, instead of fifteen to
> twenty minutes. Usually things go through fairly instantly.
> The single best performance enhancer you could do would be the external
> todo patch, from my point of view.
> I also found that the chkuser patch also helped a LOT, I highly
> recommend using that patch as well.
> For reference, I'm not using Bill's toaster, but rather my own custom brew.
> Another load reducing method is to use a much faster anti-spam product,
> but you will most likely have to pay for that. I suggest MPPd
> (messagepartners.com) I've been using it for several years with the
> Cloudmark plugin and it is much more effective than spamassassin, with
> hundreds of times lower load on the system.
> - Nick Bright
> Network Administrator
> Terra World
> Tel 888-332-1616 x 315
> Fax 620-332-1201
> João Luiz - Terra wrote:
>> Hi Tren,
>> Sorry. My english is not good :).
>> My server is dual xeon 2.4 with 2 Gb RAM and HD SCSI 73 Gb.
>> I have problems with delivery delay when my server is with many
>> connections POP3 and SMTP.
>> I use isoqlog to analyze my email traffic, but I don´t have stats of
>> POP3 and connections with my SMTP (RBL, no delivery, ...). Exists any
>> software to analyze POP3 and SMTP log?
>> When my server is slow, I have:
>> SMTP concurrent: 40 - 50
>> POP3 concurrent: 20 - 30
>> Load Average: 30 - 40
>> I have many SMTP connections with "not existing recipient".
>> My server was very good. Between last monday and last friday it is
>> very slow.
>> How can I identify a possible attack?
>> Thank you
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tren Blackburn"
>> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> To: <email@example.com>
>> Sent: Saturday, October 06, 2007 8:02 PM
>> Subject: RE: [vchkpw] qmail high performance
>> Hi Joao;
>>> From: João Luiz - Terra [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>>> Sent: Saturday, October 06, 2007 3:22 PM
>>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>>> Subject: [vchkpw] qmail high performance
>>> I am working with qmail toaster by http://www.shupp.org/toaster/.
>>> Is it the better performance instalation?
>>> My server is very slowly :(
>> You'll need to give something specific here. Bill Shupps Toaster is
>> widely popular. I use it myself and have no issues with performance.
>> What are the specifications of the hardware you've implemented it on.
>> What specifically is performing slow? Is there anything else on this
>> server? Approximately how many mailboxes are housed on this server?
>> How many deliveries per second/minute/hour/day (whatever is easiest to
>> convey) and do you have any idea what your peak concurrent deliveries
>> are? You need to provide as much information as possible before
>> asking such a general question.
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