[Mailman-Users] Slow Outgoing Queue
haroldp at sierraweb.com
Tue Nov 8 23:51:44 CET 2005
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Thank you for your quick reply.
On Nov 8, 2005, at 12:19 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> Visit the FAQ wizard
>> Mailman FAQ: http://www.python.org/cgi-bin/faqw-mm.py
> and search for performance.
I am familiar with the optimization tips in the excellent FAQ, and have
used them in the past to configure my MTA (Postfix). I do not believe
this is an MTA issue. If you will review the Mailman logs I posted,
you will see that the delay is almost entirely within the Mailman
logs/vette:Nov 08 10:24:25 2005 (91201) held message approved,
message-id: <43707B8E.17015.163FEC at localhost>
logs/post:Nov 08 11:18:45 2005 (3641) post to students from
[email at address.hidden], size=5383,
message-id=<43707B8E.17015.163FEC at localhost>, success
As you can see, nearly an hour elapsed between the time the message was
approved by a list moderator, and the time Mailman *started* delivery.
I would not expect that the MTA is involved in that part of the
process, at all.
When the message was sent, it was delivered at about 6 messages per
second. Not great, but good enough for my purposes.
So what happened in that hour?
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