Mailwatch configuration for some servers
philippe at beau.nom.fr
Fri Nov 10 14:47:51 GMT 2006
i thunk they use XML/RPC but apparently no ...
>From Mailwatch website :
XML-RPC support that allows multiple MailScanner/MailWatch installations
to act as one.
Can anyone confirm ?
> On Fri, 2006-11-10 at 15:24 +0100, Philippe BEAU wrote:
>> oh ... NFS ! i don't want this .. it will slow all .. (lot of files
> Another solution, but more complicated is the Global File System that
> RedHat purchased recently. Unlike NFS, GFS scales to multiple servers
> very well in situations where the servers are not competing for the same
> files. I believe GFS is available for CentOS, but it does require a
> shared block device. It is expected to be used with a SAN but it can be
> used with GNBD and a Linux server.
> The other issues that came to mind was message IDs. It is possible, but
> unlikely that one message from each server will have the same message
> ID on the same day and one will overwrite the other. Settings changes
> would be another challenge.
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