storing uid / gid in a config file will be light

On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 5:57 PM, Matt Brookings<m...@inter7.com> wrote:
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> Itamar Reis Peixoto wrote:
>> my suggestion is related about which user and group vpopmail run's
>>
>> not about authentication.
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>> no authentication is involved in this
>
> That may be the case, but the fact is, your system-level authentication 
> backend stores
> user and group information.  This means you're accessing an authentication 
> database
> for uid/gid information.  Whether you choose to do password comparisons is up 
> to you,
> but the call is just as expensive.
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