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Re: Finding the Bottleneck



Hi,

Yes that is correct. The design of qmail forces a connection for each
email message. Changing that behaviour would require massive patching.

Sincerely,
Jason

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tomasz Papszun" <tomek@lodz.tpsa.pl>
To: "Rich Puhek" <rpuhek@etnsystems.com>
Cc: "Jason Lim" <maillist@jasonlim.com>; <debian-isp@lists.debian.org>
Sent: Friday, June 08, 2001 6:04 PM
Subject: Re: Finding the Bottleneck


> On Thu, 07 Jun 2001 at 22:47:09 -0500, Rich Puhek wrote:
> [...]
> > Also, there are probably some optimizations you can do for queue sort
> > order. I'm most familiar with Sendmail, not qmail, so I don't know the
> > exact settings, but try to process the queue according to recipient
> > domain. That way, you gain some advantages with holding SMTP
connections
> > open to a server, rather than closing and reopening a session, etc.
> >
> > --Rich
>
> If my memory serves me well, qmail opens a new session for each message,
> even if this message is to be delivered to the same server.
> I may be wrong though.
>
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