SA & -- D CCifd

Peter Bonivart peter at UCGBOOK.COM
Thu Feb 3 22:46:27 GMT 2005

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Steve Swaney wrote:
>>Behalf Of Magda Hewryk
>>Last question: DCCifd - do we need it?
>>debug: DCCifd is not available: no r/w dccifd socket found.
>>debug: executable for dccproc was found at /usr/local/bin/dccproc
>>debug: DCC is available: /usr/local/bin/dccproc
> Magda,
> No. Unless you're cprcessing +100,000 emails a day. I quote from the DCC
> FAQ:
> "---------------
> Do I need to run a DCC server?

But dccifd is not the server, it's the daemon version of dccproc.

Magda: you don't need it and you will probably not gain much performance
by using it but it doesn't hurt. It's not a problem though, SA checks
for it first and automatically falls back to dccproc. No worries.

Look here for help on setting up dccifd:

/Peter Bonivart

--Unix lovers do it in the Sun

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