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Re: Spamassain question, whitelist?



on Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 06:44:04PM -0800, Vineet Kumar (vineet@doorstop.net) wrote:
> * Karsten M. Self (kmself@ix.netcom.com) [031208 16:52]:
> > For performance reasons, I also have in /etc/security/limits:
> > 
> >     mail            hard    nproc           30
> > 
> > ...to avoid runaway conditions when large mail loads hit.  Mail
> > processing will be limited to a max of 30 processes (generally 10 exim
> > processes, 10 spamassassin clients, and a bit of overhead), but the
> > system as a whole won't be bogged.
> 
> So you have spamc running as mail, and not as the destination user
> account?  

No.

> Just curious how you're running it. (Dman's setup?)

Procmail.  As user.


Peace.

-- 
Karsten M. Self <kmself@ix.netcom.com>        http://kmself.home.netcom.com/
 What Part of "Gestalt" don't you understand?
  Information is not power after all: Old-fashioned power is power. If you
  aren't big industry or government, you have very little power. Once they've
  hacked the electronic voting system, you'll have no power at all.
  - Robert X. Cringely

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