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Fri May 18 15:36:50 IST 2012
And of course you can cluster MS quite nicely anyway.
I put a little how-to get best out of SA on the wiki a few years ago, some
of which is still relavent (local caching DNS etc)..
and the previous section on that page is also useful..
Depends how many messages you need to run, but you can crop alot at the
incoming MTA byt things like delay helo, recipient checks, greylisting and
the like. I've seen people drop well over 80% of spam that way well before
it hits your actual spam checks.
On 18 May 2012 08:54, Ian Knight <ian at 34sp.com> wrote:
> On 17/05/12 20:21, Martin Hepworth wrote:
>> Not possible as mailscanner calls spamassin via its perl api
>> If you want a shared bayes then move bayes to a mysql database and change
>> the local spamassassins to use that rather than the inbuilt file based bayes
>> Did think that was the case - hence asking on the mailinglist if there
> was a way around it, its nice to offload services to other servers
> sometimes hence the reason we have a seperate servers setup purly for
> spamassasin with tmpfs filesystems and such for speeding things up.
> And yes already use bayes in mysql on some servers so this should work to
> move over i guess without too much issues, just would have rather moved the
> whole spamassassin part to its own setup for service seperation.
> Ian Knight
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