deliver.db to big size.
Adam Tauno Williams
awilliam at whitemice.org
Mon Sep 12 07:11:53 EDT 2011
On Mon, 2011-09-12 at 12:40 +0200, Manuel Vazquez wrote:
> Thx for the information. This solution is similar to: ctl_deliver -d >
Sure, ctl_deliver is just a command specifically for the delivery
> Is not possible do query with other tools?
Depends on the format of the file. Is the delivery database Berkley,
flat, or skiplist? [the "file" command can probably identify the type if
it isn't explicitly declared in imapd.conf).
On the other hand - what are you trying to do? There isn't really
anything all that interesting in delivery.db.
> Other question i execute the next command: cyr_expire -E 3 -X 2 -D
> 180. The documentation say this command deleted all the registrer more
> old of 180 days. But this deleted the file stored to delete in the
> trash of mailbox?
Doesn't have anything to do with "trash"; trash is a [IMNSHO] *very*
misguided MUA (Mail User Agent / Client) "feature". cyr_expire deletes
from the server messages and/or mailboxes that have been
expunged/deleted (for messages) or deleted (for mailboxes).
Only -E has to do with delivery.db
Prune the duplicate database of entries older than expire-days. This
value is only used for entries which do not have a
corresponding /vendor/cmu/cyrus-imapd/expire mailbox annotation..
-X and -D only mean anything if you have delayed delete enabled (which
has nothing to do with delivery.db).
You can add the "-v" option if you want to see more info about what
cyr_expire is doing.
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