At 22:49 13/09/2005, Harald Tveit Alvestrand wrote:
I'm thinking of generating '250-please wait' multiline response lines
every 30 seconds or so whilst the message is being processed, with a
final '250 OK' or '550 message rejected because of ...' line.
hmm.... "scaling is the ultimate problem", says Mike O'Dell.
If you take 30 seconds to accept a message, and have the default Postfix
process limit of 100, you can accept up to 300 messages a minute - or an
average of 5 per second.
Hmm, but what about RFC 2821 section 18.104.22.168 - which says that after 'DATA
termination' (which is what we're talking about) - the timeout SHOULD be 10
That's what the RFC says.
If you're saying that Postfix can't handle that, so that it NEEDS to have
the timeout there set to 30 seconds or less, then all I can say is Hmmm...
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