Re: storing mydestination in mysql

From: mouss (no email)
Date: Thu Sep 18 2008 - 01:55:38 EDT

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    rihad wrote:
    > Victor Duchovni wrote:
    >> On Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 10:09:53PM +0500, rihad wrote:
    >>> Correcting myself once again: It's not OK :) I forgot to mention that
    >>> all those 4 requests were the result of me issuing RCPT TO alone. I
    >>> can't see how message acceptance or routing are involved.
    >> You are wasting everyone's time with this line of inquiry. Postfix
    >> makes the queries it needs to make. Focusing too closely on that
    >> is not productive. The SQL query cost is not generally performance
    >> limiting, and tuning the low-cost operations is not productive.
    > That's your opinion. My opinion is that one query should be made, the
    > rest should be cached throughout the end of processing for consistency's
    > sake (let's forget about performance for a moment).

    that's your opinion ;-p

    >> If you want the fewest possible lookups against $mydestination, get
    >> $mydestination out of $relay_domains (backwards compatible, but no
    >> longer optimal default).
    > relay_domains was and is empty (please see one of my last replies to
    > mouss).

    While I trust Viktor, he doesn't have access to my mailbox ;-p

    > After that stop counting queries, it is not
    >> a good use of anyone's time.
    > It's just something for Postfix devs to think about, not necessarily you.

    and you're saying this to Viktor?

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