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234917Re: filling incoming queue

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  • Victor Duchovni
    Feb 29, 2008
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      On Fri, Feb 29, 2008 at 05:42:52PM +0100, Pavel Urban wrote:

      > >So a key question here is how long the queue manager gets to run before
      > >someone (or a cron job?) reloads Postfix. Logs showing either stability
      > >or instability of the queue manager "pid" over time would be most helpful.
      > >
      > Thanks for the tip, but it doesn't seem to be the case
      > [root@relay2new ~]# perl -ne 'if (/qmgr\[(\d+)\]/) {print if $last !=
      > $1; $last=$1;}' </var/log/maillog
      > Feb 26 12:49:33 relay2new postfix/qmgr[30697]: CF10C78C1DA: from=<>,
      > size=3596, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
      > Feb 27 14:09:50 relay2new postfix/qmgr[15012]: CCF6CF2D982:
      > from=<bichromate@...>, size=3436, nrcpt=20 (queue active)
      > Feb 28 06:40:53 relay2new postfix/qmgr[23354]: CCF2C808A8C:
      > from=<jay6santisuk78@...>, size=1048, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
      > Feb 28 08:23:15 relay2new postfix/qmgr[32517]: CC49F7BD1BC:
      > from=<byung-uk@...>, size=2346, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
      > Feb 28 12:17:39 relay2new postfix/qmgr[29852]: CC9C57B928E:
      > from=<yeoman@...>, size=13049, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
      > Feb 29 07:27:33 relay2new postfix/qmgr[17158]: CCE867AFA0B:
      > from=<elknarf@...>, size=1816, nrcpt=1 (queue active)

      With that out of the way, what is the output rate? (qmgr[pid]: qid:
      removed log entries per minute). What is the input rate? (cleanup[pid]:
      qid: message-id=<...> entries per minute)?

      Inject a new message into the queue. Find its queue id in the logs. What
      is the current time (from date(1)) and the timestamp of the queue file
      in the incoming queue (from "ls -l").

      What table mechanisms are used for address class and transport lookups?


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