Re: Distributing crypto work away from apache-ssl?
On Mon, Feb 21, 2005 at 03:09:35PM -0700, Michael Loftis wrote:
> ...why do you need to run apache-ssl on the mail server, or on a single
> server at all?
It's a heavily modified sqwebmail, whose CGI binary needs direct access
to the filesystem on which user directories (Maildirs are just a part of
what it uses) lie. Well, actually stock sqwebmail is said to work over
- I want to avoid NFS as long as possible, having heard the horror
- I'm not sure that our modifications are NFS-safe
> given your webmail application may require shared storage
> (squirrelmail does) but you can easily setup a cluster of apache's.
I don't understand this sentence. Could you rephrase it more clearly?
> Long term you'll have to anyway.
Long term (which seems will be quite shortly) I will have to split the
mail storage to several machines, which is going to be even more tricky
Marcin Owsiany <email@example.com> http://marcin.owsiany.pl/
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