RE: urgent - system slow after spamassassin
Certainly, razor is not required to run spamassassin, though it is nice to
What I suggested is that you can check if it is razor (+ misconfigured
firewall) that slows your system down, so you might get to know what to fix.
I personnally use razor as well, and find it pretty cool. It defin,etely
makes the spam filter more accurate.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sandip P Deshmukh [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday 17 December 2002 06:31
> To: DEFFONTAINES Vincent
> Cc: Debian User
> Subject: Re: urgent - system slow after spamassassin
> On Mon, Dec 16, 2002 at 05:59:16PM +0100, DEFFONTAINES Vincent wrote:
> > It _might_ be that you installed razor (or razor2)
> (spamassassin uses razor
> > if it is installed, by default).
> i did install razor. do you mean that if i remove razor,
> things will get
> better? i was under an impression that spamassassin 'needs'
> razor to run
> this brings me to a question, how is spamassassin better than
> a .forward
> file that can do a somewhat similar job?
> > To be sure you don't use razor, try to add
> > score RAZOR_CHECK 0
> > score RAZOR2_CHECK 0
> > in your /etc/spamassassin/local.cf
> anyway, i will just remove razor and see what happens
> sandip p deshmukh
> Er, Tom, I hate to be the one to point this out, but your fix list
> is starting to resemble a feature list. You must be human or
> -- Larry Wall in <199801081824.KAA29602@wall.org>
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