quota warning problem - Is it a bug of cyrus imap?
Paul M Fleming
pfleming at siumed.edu
Wed Jul 2 13:29:41 EDT 2003
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??
Rob Siemborski wrote:
> On Wed, 2 Jul 2003, John Alton Tamplin wrote:
> > Rob Siemborski wrote:
> > >We're using 32-bit numbers to track the quota. We'd need to be more
> > >clever than that to get around it.
> > Other than a conversion issue on existing mailstores, couldn't this be
> > solved by just using the same units IMAP does, ie 1k rather than bytes?
> Not without some loss of information (or a great increase in the expense
> of calculating quotas).
> Cyrus tracks current usage on a quota root separately from the actual
> files in that quota root. To do this reasonably you need to use the
> actual space used, not some rounding of it to the nearest K.
> Rob Siemborski * Andrew Systems Group * Cyert Hall 207 * 412-268-7456
> Research Systems Programmer * /usr/contributed Gatekeeper
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