[spambayes-dev] A spectacular false positive

Rob Hooft rob at hooft.net
Sat Nov 15 18:58:05 EST 2003

T. Alexander Popiel wrote:
> In message:  <LNBBLJKPBEHFEDALKOLCIEGPHCAB.tim.one at comcast.net>
>              "Tim Peters" <tim.one at comcast.net> writes:
>>Especially since more & more of us are inclining toward using tiny databases
>>(compared to what we used to do), making space for a "last used" timestamp
>>may not be nearly as scary as it used to be.
> This is something that I don't understand... why do we care if the
> database is huge?  With 100 gigabyte drives commonplace, why are
> we quibbling over 20 or 40 megabytes?

My database is on an ISP's server with 100,000 clients and limited disk 

But then again:

% ll .hammiedb
-rw-rw-r--    1 hooft    hooft     1277952 Nov 14 07:35 .hammiedb


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