Re: You can start saving now
Sorry, now that i re-read it I see that I made it sound like SA was a hog. It has never
impacted my server that I've seen. But, I only have it on a few accounts (it is opt-in for my
clients, as is sanitizer), so I really don't know the impact. I just have noted that, even
with spamd, it jumps to the top of the "top" list occasionally. But, like I said, I have never
noticed the server slowing because of it, and it is a pretty crummy server.
> Rod Rodolico said:
>> 2) spamassassin uses some processing power, so I am only running it
>> against unknown senders
> What is your mail volume?
> You really need a serious amount of mail for SA to bog down.
> As you all realized, mail volume is relative.
>>From what I've seen you can handle 100-200K messages per day on a single
> 2-3GHZ mimedefang+sa box with no problem.
> Then throw in greylisting if sa is slowing you down.
> That should work well at reducing the number of messags you need to run
> content-analysis on with sa.
> Greylisting has worked well at blocking drive by spammers from one shot ip
> I've used it on my production servers with never a complaint.
> --Luke CS Sysadmin, Montana State University-Bozeman
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