[Greylist-users] multi server instance?
barry at unix.co.nz
Thu Aug 30 13:26:06 PDT 2007
I use Exim and currently use greylistd which has worked just great for me,
the only issue is the server is getting high CPU with the addition of new
reseller clients, so I want to move the spam/virus scanning to 2 frontend
I wonder if anyone has a XEN image (or even a howto) for such a server
configuration, the frontend servers would also need to do a callout to the
main server to ensure the receipt actually exists. I plan on using XEN so
additional MX frontends are easy to deploy.
> Hi Barry,
> You didn't mention which MTA or greylisting package you're planning
> on running.
> With Evan's relaydelay greylist package you can run either a
> centralized milter which provides services to multiple MTAs via
> sendmail's Milter API, or you can run multiple instances of the
> milter all talking to the same database backend (given that you allow
> network connections to your MySQL db).
> It's actually quite easy to do. We run a single centralized milter
> service on our db host. Each of our two MXs consults the milter via
> the network.
> Brian Ross
> At 08:06 PM 8/29/2007, Barry Murphy wrote:
>>I was wondering if greylistd can share a database with a couple of
>>frontend mailservers? Can I run NFS and have both servers run the same
>>binary and share the same database or is there another way this can be
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