Re: possible mass bug filing: spamassassin 3
On Wed, 06 Oct 2004, martin f krafft wrote:
> also sprach Adam Majer <email@example.com> [2004.10.06.1934 +0200]:
> > After running for a little while,
> > I wouldn't say it uses half a gig of ram. Something else is going
> > on..
> I had -m10 passed to spamd for 2.64. When I upgraded, I left that in
> place. I almost hosed a server that went up to load 30 immediately.
> It took me 40 minutes to get a shell, another 30 to halt postfix and
> unload SA.
How much network latency do you have? If -m10 is helping you, you must be
waiting on TCP/IP requests like crazy.
> Now it's running at -m5 (the suggested value) and I have not had
> problems since. Of course, now I only get half the throughput, and
> my queue has not emptied for a whole day because SA is unable to
> keep up.
Fishy, fishy... find out why it is taking so much time to process your
messages that -m10 would help. Disable non-local checks for a while, check
your DNS cache (you have one on each of your MTA and SA boxes, don't
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