MURDER or IMAP proxy solution ?
rjs3 at andrew.cmu.edu
Fri Jul 2 10:48:30 EDT 2004
On Thu, 1 Jul 2004, Greg Pulfer wrote:
>> At the time that the document to which you refer was
>> written, it had
>> also received substantially more testing, this is
>> not really the case any
> You mean that documentation is a bit outdated nowadays
No, I mean that the murder has received significantly more testing since
it was written.
> That's true 200 mailboxes is nothing but it will grow
> rapidly and I was thinking if I already configure my
> site with a MURDER configuration I will have less work
> after adding extra backend server or frontend servers.
> I would like to start with one frontend server (also
> running the MUPDATE server) and one backend server.
> And pretty soon I should be adding a second backend
> server. Don't you think it's less work for the future
> if I already start with a mini MURDER configration?
Possibly, but you may be surprised how far a single server can scale. (Of
course, you're probably asking the wrong person about how easy it is to
set up an aggregator, but...).
Really, moving from a single backend to a backend+frontend configuration
is fairly simple, provided you have the authentication issues worked out.
Rob Siemborski * Andrew Systems Group * Cyert Hall 207 * 412-268-7456
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