quota warning problem - Is it a bug of cyrus imap?
mark at air.co.jp
Thu Jul 3 00:51:10 EDT 2003
Perhaps quota calculations could be changed to use 64 bit integers?
The current algorithm should continue to work.
It would be nice if the max useful quota were to be documented. Max
quota = 4,194,303 QU for a 32 bit implementation or 18,014,398,509,481,983 QU
for 64 bits. Attempts to set a quota larger than the max quota should
result in an error rather than setting some unexpected value.
On Wed, 2 Jul 2003 13:31:38 -0400 (EDT), Rob Siemborski <rjs3 at andrew.cmu.edu> wrote...
> On Wed, 2 Jul 2003, Paul M Fleming wrote:
> > Rounding error would present a problem for us and our users. My 2 cents
> > .. quotas > 4GB are fairly rare. I know with a large student user base
> > with 50-75Mb quotas rounding to the nearest K wouldn't be desirable. I
> > can't imagine doing a search on a mailbox 10G in size ;-0 .. I'm curious
> > is the mailstore lots of little files or a few big ones?? What client
> > are you using the access a 10G mailbox??
> I tend to agree that 10G quotas are fairly rare.
> But quotas don't affect just one mailbox, they're quota roots that affect
> a conglomeration of mailboxes. So one might say "this domain has 5G of
> mail storage for all its users" which *is* totally reasonable.
> Note that cyrus quotas don't inheret, only the most speecific root applies
> at any time.
> Rob Siemborski * Andrew Systems Group * Cyert Hall 207 * 412-268-7456
> Research Systems Programmer * /usr/contributed Gatekeeper
Mark Keasling <mark at air.co.jp>
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