[Spambayes] filtering in the face of disk quotas or full disks
T. Alexander Popiel
popiel at wolfskeep.com
Fri Mar 21 17:34:19 EST 2003
In message: <15995.35595.805586.553059 at montanaro.dyndns.org>
Skip Montanaro <skip at pobox.com> writes:
>Has anybody thought about how any of the Spambayes tools would perform in
>the face of disk quotas or full disk partitions?
Very poorly. I think that'd send it straight into DB corruption.
In general, spambayes is likely to require a bit more disk space
than any fixed-pattern classifier like SpamAssassin... my database
is about 20 megs, for instance. I don't hink that SpamAssassin
requires more than a few K of personal storage, unless you turn on
its bayesian stuff...
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