On Mon, 12 Jan 1998 19:28:21 -0600 david d `zoo' zuhn
After switching from real-time to batch updates I found many fewer
problems with corrupt indices and bogus lock files. Since there aren't
any locks in contention, things work much better.
So, do you just dump messages to a spool directory in realtime and then run
mhonarc over that spool periodically?
Got any contrib code?
I also reduced the span of a particular volume to try and keep the index
size less than 1000 messages, to make life easier on my modem-based
users (which is most of my population).
Hmm, how do you archive over large periods of time?
Between these two measures, I haven't had a MHonArc related problem in
about 11 months (knock on electrons).