From: (no name) (no email)
Date: Thu Nov 13 2003 - 12:24:35 EST
Zitat von Etienne Goyer <>:
> This is slightly OT as it relate more to Postfix than Cyrus/sendmail,
> but the following got me thinking :
> On Wed, Nov 12, 2003 at 09:09:17PM +0100, Andrzej Filip wrote:
> > Have you considered making sendmail "chain" deliveries to cyrus via LMTP ?
> > * multiple messages over single LMTP connection
> > * a small delay before delivery (<30s for most messages)
> I want to optimize the Posftix -> Cyrus lmtpd delivery process. I have
> been reading the Postfix lmtp(8) man page, and I thought about adding
> the following directives :
> lmtp_cache_connection <- any gain when delivering to Unix socket ?
> lmtp_destination_concurrency_limit <- how many ?
> local_destination_recipient_limit = 200 <- I guess the higher, the better
> Are there any other thing that I can do to improve the performance of
> Postfix -> Cyrus LMTP delevery ? Your comments are very welcome.
Read the LMTP_README that ships with Postfix. It has a section with tuning
advice and some hints how to configure LMTP to use single instance store.