Re: Spamassassin became extemely slow after upgrade to latest version (2.55-2)
On Saturday 12 July 2003 12:35 am, Steve Lamb wrote:
> On Sat, 12 Jul 2003 00:30:23 -0500
> Marino Fernandez <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I am not sure about using bayesian filtering.. I think so... can you not
> > use it?, or, is it worth using SA without it?.
> > I have several BAYES_* files in my /home/user/.spamassassin folder, so I
> > guess it is enabled.
> Well, SA as of 2.50 included Bayesian filtering into it. If it is
> enabled for autolearning there might be some delay as the message is
> scanned by the Bayesian filter and the databases updated.
> The easiest way to know if you have it up and running is to look at the
> size of the bayes_msgcount file in ~/.spamassassin. There will be 1 dot
> for every message scanned by the filter so the filesize is the number of
> messages scanned. If it's more than, say, a few dozen and the datestamp on
> the file is recent then, yeah, you have it running.
I have 1376 characters, and the last time stam is fron yesterday... so I guess
it has been running.
By the way, I sent a bug report... we'll see...