279139Re: patch proposal
- Aug 3, 2011On 8/3/2011 9:23 PM, Wietse Venema wrote:
>> I have another scenariothat's fine with me, on my first. patch i'm using "usock" as dict type,
> Sorry, tcp:/path/name is bad user interface design. Everywhere else
> in Postfix, one has to specify the socket TYPE before the socket
> NAME (with BC compatibility for programs such as the SMTP client
> or TCP map that were desigined initially for TCP sockets only).
since "unix" already
used for unix user/group lookup table. but it has been said that there
issue with that design. well, i guest i have to look for another third
party work arround :)
>This is very understandable to me :) . i just want to connect to unix
>> The reason why i wanted this feature is, by using unix domain socket i
>> can protect my backend server from interference on multiuser environment.
>> while tcp server is adequate for my single administrator/user
>> environment server.
> And I have to consider the longer-term issue of keeping the system
> usable as it evolves. This means I will fight to keep the use
> interface clean.
domain socket with
with a similar protocol as tcp_table. thanks a lot for attention Wietse.
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