[Mailman-Users] Messages held in shunt and retry queue

Brian York yorkb at EXCHANGE.NKU.EDU
Tue Jun 8 18:51:48 CEST 2004

ok would the postfix file main.cf be like this
inet_interfaces =,


On Tuesday 08 June 2004 07:32, Brad Knowles wrote:
> At 11:30 PM -0400 2004-06-07, Brian York wrote:
> >  Would their be any performance loss by having mailman send through the
> > ip address of eth0 instead of the loopback?
> 	Using eth0 instead of lo0 will result in real packets being
> generated and sent out the interface, and then coming back in.  This
> could run foul of firewall rules, network stack configuration, DNS
> configuration issues, etc....  Using eth0 would also be less
> portable, and if you were to move the lists to another machine, you'd
> have to make more configuration changes to get them working again --
> as opposed to putting a numeric in your configuration
> instead.
> 	Generally speaking, if you can help it, you want to use lo0.
> 	Using eth0 instead won't necessarily hurt your performance on a
> medium or small-size list (it could hurt on a big list, depending on
> what other traffic the machine is doing), but it could potentially
> result in a lot of other problems that may be difficult to debug,
> etc....

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