Subject: Re: cheap RAID? (really cyrus and kerberos)
To: Jan-Hinrich Fessel <fessel@DeTeMobil.de>
From: John C. Hayward <John.C.Hayward@wheaton.edu>
Date: 06/10/1999 12:06:23
Dear Cyrus and NetBSDers,
Sorry for this off topic question.
Does anyone have cyrus working under NetBSD-1.4 using Kerberos IV?
Or is every one using local passwords?
I'm having trouble getting past the testing section relative to Kerberos
and would appreciate pointers, hints or private e-mail to get this up.
On Thu, 10 Jun 1999, Jan-Hinrich Fessel wrote:
> In message <C75BA13E11D7D211A7280000F86B14270311C7@zen.crl.dec.com>you wr=
> > Mailbox sizes are currently hovering between 10 and 30 megabytes per us=
> > but there are a few especially profligate people with > 50-100 megabyte
> > mailboxes. IMAP clients are variable - there is a mix of Eudora Pro 4.x=
> > Netscape Mail, Pine, and even a web-client called IMP.
> > The clients don't timeout. It's just that listing the contents of large
> > mailboxes (say, a sent-items mailbox) takes on the order of 2-3 minutes=
> > more for about 2000 messages. I know that having smaller mailboxes is t=
> > obvious solution, but I don't want to have to start imposing on people'=
> > methods of organizing mail.
> I don't have any such problems with a much larger hierachical mailbox usi=
> cyrus-imap and Netscape Mail client. Worst times around were ~1 minute,=
> typical updates are < 30 seconds.
> nixalsverdrus# du -s oskar
> 231768 oskar
> on the other hand, I do not have that many messages:
> nixalsverdrus# ls oskar | wc -l
> nixalsverdrus# find oskar -type f | wc -w
> I would suggest trying out cyrus...