Playing with replicated murder
ken at oceana.com
Fri Mar 4 10:00:44 EST 2005
Christoph Moench-Tegeder wrote:
> ## Ken Murchison (ken at oceana.com):
>>>I am a little confused over the location of configdirectory, some of its
>>>contents (like the DB environment, the socket und the proc directorys)
>>>should be kept per node (I believe), while others (as quota files)
>>>should be shared between nodes. What about the replicated mailboxes.db?
>>>What am I missing?
>>I'm assuming that your talking about the current code in 2.3 which uses
>>MUPDATE to replicate mailboxes.db across multiple backends sharing the
> Yes, I forgot to mention that. Currently I'm using code from CVS as
> of 2005-02-14.
>>mailboxes.db is local to each machine, as are deliver.db and tls_sessions.db
>>The user's seen state and subscriptions, as well as quotaroots can be
>>shared on the SAN.
>>So basically /var/imap is local, but /var/imap/user, /var/imap/quota,
>>/var/spool/imap are on the SAN.
> Are symlinks "the right way" to do that or did I miss something in
symlinks are fine.
>>Note that the university that I wrote the code for has abandoned it
>>because of problems with Sun's SAN filesystem.
> Hm. Polyserve claims their filesystem "exhibits the same behavior
> as an ext3 file system", but that's marketing... We will see.
> That's what tests are for :) In any case, I will report here.
> Is there anything special I should be aware of?
Not that comes to mind at the moment. Let me know if you have questions.
Kenneth Murchison Oceana Matrix Ltd.
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