I use XMail in some customers servers and they have big mailboxes, but don't have such problem. What XMail version are you using? What OS and filesystem type? I use XMail 1.27 on Slackware 13.37 64bits with reiserfs. How maildir works with a file per message, reiserfs is very nice to handle large number of files.
2015-10-18 15:33 GMT-02:00 Akash via xmail <email@example.com>: > Hi, > > There seems to be a problem in the way XMail checks for quotas on every > RCPT command. I have a large Maildir with around 500000 emails and I > noticed that every time XMail receives a email, the CPU spikes to 100% for > few seconds before responding to the RCPT. On debugging I found that it > actually calculates directory size for every RCPT command. > > And there is just no way to bypass this. I tried removing MaxMBSize from > user.tab, setting it to 0, setting it to empty "" but nada. I checked the > source and it seems UPopGetMailboxSize() is called before "MaxMBSize" value > is evaluated. > > In order to tackle this I am at present using a dummy front account which > has "redirect" in its mailproc.tab to redirect mails to the actual large > email account. This way the directory size of only dummy account is > calculated by XMail which is almost instant and doesn't cause any CPU spike. > > Shouldn't this behavior be rectified? > > -Akash > _______________________________________________ > xmail mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://xmailserver.org/mailman/listinfo/xmail >
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