Tune Artica Performances [CLOSED]

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Tune Artica Performances [CLOSED]

New postby Friend7 » Sun Aug 07, 2011 6:04 pm

Bonjour,

Server: xxx.xxx.xxx.199

Is possible to tune Artica Performances/Optimization
in order to "activate move the postfix queue to memory"?

Artica-OpenEmm has Multi-instances and Load-Balancer.

If so, what do you recommend?

I would like to have 256 MB per instance

Merci

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Re: Tune Artica Performances [OPEN]

New postby admin » Sun Aug 07, 2011 9:02 pm

if it is the x.x.x.138 the mysql has been tuned to take more memory for Zarafa.
if did not recommend using the postfix memory on this server you did not have enough memory
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Re: Tune Artica Performances [OPEN]

New postby Friend7 » Sun Aug 07, 2011 9:28 pm

No, It is for Artica-OpenEmm Server: xxx.xxx.xxx.199.

I would like to have 256 MB per instance

Is possible to tune Artica Performances/Optimization
in order to "activate move the postfix queue to memory"?

What do you think?
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Re: Tune Artica Performances [OPEN]

New postby admin » Sun Aug 07, 2011 10:19 pm

this means that you cannot get in all queues (delayed, current, bounce...) no more than 500 messages with 500Kb size or 256 messages with 1mb size or 50 messages with 5Mb size.Up to theses numbers, messages will be rejected
Performances will be increased about 10 to 25% on a VPS more than 30% on a dedicated server
If you reboot the computer, messages will be definetively deleted...
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