[Mailman-Users] What is python doing?
gareth at uunet.co.za
Mon Feb 3 16:08:07 CET 2003
On 3 Feb 2003, Jon Carnes wrote:
JC>Some guesses (since no information was provided):
JC> Mailman 2.0.x
JC> IDE disk subsystem
JC> Archiving turned on for list
JC>If that is the case, then Mailman is doing a lot of writing to the disk.
Ah yes, a little info that may have helped.
Mailman is version 2.1
I am running an IDE Mirror. The disks seem pretty quick doing
around 30 Meg a second.
[root] /archives # dd if=/dev/zero of=foo bs=1024k count=100
100+0 records in
100+0 records out
104857600 bytes transferred in 3.218110 secs (32583596 bytes/sec)
and archiving is turned on on all the lists.
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