Re: Disable queue hashing
- On Mon, Jul 30, 2007 at 02:30:24AM +0400, Michael Tokarev wrote:
> Wietse Venema wrote:That was probably with a hash depth of 2, I doubt that 16 directories
> > Peter Rabbitson:
> >> I want to disable queue hashing. I found that providing a non-existent
> >> queue ('none' for instance) does what I need.
> > What is the problem with queue hashing turned on?
> Well, not really a problem per se. Some time ago, when we had a slow
> machine running as a mail server (it was i486, later replaced with
> Pentium 130MHz), mail flow was ok (for that machine anyway), but
> simple `mailq' was just.. too slow - it had to scan many empty
> directories to build the list. That was the first time I come
> across queue hashing. I disabled hashing and everything was
> ok up until `postfix start' (or update-configuration?) started
> checking for "validness" of queue hashing parameters. After
> which I had to patch the script to turn that feature off... ;)
vs. 1 would be noticeable.
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