IndiMail Queue Mechanism

popowich

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I have not used this myself but came across it and thought it was worth sharing:

File:Indimail queue.png - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Generally the faster your disks the faster your qmail. If instead of having 1 large set of fast disks you had several smaller mirrors on disks I suppose it's possible this could be a way to help deal with incoming loads instead or in addition to the ext-todo patch. Like I said, not a recommendation, just thought it was worth sharing.
 

cprogrammer

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I have not used this myself but came across it and thought it was worth sharing:

File:Indimail queue.png - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Generally the faster your disks the faster your qmail. If instead of having 1 large set of fast disks you had several smaller mirrors on disks I suppose it's possible this could be a way to help deal with incoming loads instead or in addition to the ext-todo patch. Like I said, not a recommendation, just thought it was worth sharing.

Yes you got it right. I use it in IndiMail - IndiMail - Email Server for ALL
Using the above, I am able to get a significantly higher throughput compared to what is available with stock qmail.

The above queue mechanism can be implemented for qmail by using the following patch
https://sourceforge.net/projects/indimail/files/Patches/qmail-1.03.patch.gz/download

The same queue mechanism is part of IndiMail server which has source download at
https://sourceforge.net/projects/indimail/

and Yum / RPM repository for most Linux distros at
Index of /repositories/home:/indimail

I use it.

Regards Manvendra
author of IndiMail - :)
 
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