[Mailman-Users] Still want it faster :-)
danny at terweij.nl
Sat Apr 27 03:37:58 CEST 2002
----- Original Message -----
From: "J C Lawrence" <claw at kanga.nu>
> > Then i maybe got the working of qrunner. Now i do not see any clue why
> > MTA/DNS is related to picking up a message from the qfiles dir.
> Sure -- again, read the FAQ, and read the archives of this list.
> The basic story is that sendmail (which I recommend you move away from)
> is not accepting each address handed to it on a RCPT TO until it has
> done a DNS verify against the domain. This is slow. It is especially
> slow if you don't have a local cacheing name server. Even if you do it
> is slow. If name resolution is broken or poorly set up on your machine
> it can take up to 2 minutes per address just to attempt the name
> Summary: Install a cacheing name server and configure your MTA to not do
> DNS verifies on RCPT TOs. This is covered clearly and in great detail
> in the FAQ.
You are reffering to :
/usr/sbin/sendmail -bd -ODeliveryMode=defer \
And i use :
DELIVERY_MODULE = 'SMTPDirect'
# SMTP host and port, when DELIVERY_MODULE is 'SMTPDirect'
SMTPHOST = '127.0.0.1'
SMTPPORT = 25
127.0.0.1 is sendmail.
This is doing the DNS lookups?
Can i just do SMTPHOST = '192.168.0.1' witch is another SMTP server at my
LAN (windows 2000 server with Mailtraq )?
Is it then not using sendmail and DNS troubles at all?
> > My vision on qrunner : Heyyy i have got a new file in the qfile
> > This costs me lots of hard drive space for useless information. Is it
> > a faillure?
> No, a warning.
What are the actions to prevent it?
So this file must be in normal operation empty?
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