Is it wise to run both razor and pyzor checks on the same
glenn.steen at gmail.com
Sat Jun 24 10:35:02 IST 2006
On 24/06/06, Arthur Sherman <arturs at netvision.net.il> wrote:
> > > Is it wise to run both razor and pyzor checks on the same system?
> > I don't see why not. The network score sets are tuned
> > assuming you have all the
> > network features turned on (ie: razor,dcc,pyzor, rbl's and
> > uribls all enabled).
> > They work fine if you don't have em all on, but there's no
> > reason to choose only
> > one hash system. SA is mass-checked with all 3 hash systems enabled.
> And how this affects performance?
Moderately->little, depending on how you view it:-).
If you run MailWatch, you can get a nice timed and colorized SA --lint
run. Will show you where SA spends most time. Yes, the helper
application fork exec and "network wait" times can be somewhat long
for some of them, but generally not that bad...:-)
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