Bayes Rebuild not happening
mlm at LOANPROCESSING.NET
Fri Mar 26 17:33:28 GMT 2004
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Lee" <t.d.lee at DURHAM.AC.UK>
Subject: Re: Bayes Rebuild not happening
> On Fri, 26 Mar 2004, Julian Field wrote:
> > At 16:10 26/03/2004, you wrote:
> > >[...]
> > >Ouch! OK it might temporarily dig us, the MailScanner subset of SA's
> > >community, out of a hole for the moment. But doesn't it store up
> > >for the future? At some point SA's internals, including the
> > >non-public "init()", might change, and drop us back into a hole.
> > >
> > >Wouldn't it be much better, for all concerned, abd for both now and
> > >the future, to get this fixed within SA itself? Anyone on the list in
> > >regular contact with the SA folk, who could try to persuade them?
> > >
> > >(Can this be a "both/and"? Both Julian's MS patch for us, for the
> > >interim, and trying to get SA itself patched as the proper, long-term
> > >solution?)
> > It's actually irrelevant. The SA guys are apparently going to change
> > API (don't know why) in the next release anyway, so it will have to
> > anyway.
> Oh well.
> Anyway, I submitted a SA bugzilla report (3217) about it.
> : David Lee I.T. Service :
While SA code catches up, which is where the issue appears to be, why
not just add a crontab entry to do an sa-learn --force-expire?
That will work for site-wide bayes databases. Probably not the greatest
solution for by user databases though.
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