Who does RBL checks - MailScanner or SpamAssassin?
alex at nkpanama.com
Fri Jun 9 20:11:29 IST 2006
On Jun 8, 2006, at 6:08 AM, Dhawal Doshy wrote:
> Res wrote:
>> On Thu, 8 Jun 2006, Dhawal Doshy wrote:
>>> Average mail delivery time is 10-15 seconds to the delivery
>>> servers. And i haven't done any advanced tuning (save using
>>> TMPFS) on these servers. Of course it helps to have Dual
>>> Processors and 3 GB RAM with SCSI Disks (Dell PE1850).
>>> </blow your own trumpet>
>> Yes but you still have not said what your SA tunnings are
> None, zilch.. we do not tune SA at all (i compile rpms from the
> stock tar.gz distro).. moreover we add tonnes of SARE rules to it.
> If using a dedicated server for MySQL based Bayes is tuning, then
> yes we do tuning. From that POV, we use djbdns' dnscache for the
> local caching-nameserver, which helps Net::DNS tremendously. Also
> thanks to the prolocation chaps, we rsync SURBL for local use..
Is using djbdns' dnscache better performance-wise than running Bind
in caching mode? I know this probably sounds dumb but since Bind w/
caching is installed by default on most rh-based linux distros I've
never bothered to do djbdns...
> I have added wiki entries for both of them quite some time back.
>> I wasnt being a smart ass i was being genuine, but no problems I
>> take it the way you meant it and you shall be ignored :)
> I wasn't being one either.. apologies if i did sound like one.
> - dhawal
>> If anyone on this list processing the levels we do and actually is
>> bored enough to say how they tuned SA i'd be interested in reading
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