strange delays in connecting to POP3 server
Ciprian Marius Vizitiu
cvizitiu at gbif.org
Mon May 29 04:31:18 EDT 2006
... And, if it's not /dev/random and *IF you can afford to*, try turning off
SuSE firewall completely see if it makes any difference.
> Sounds to me like a DNS timeout issue. You might want to
> check your resolver configuration.
> I don't understand the sentence "This delays appears
> accidentally, without any system.". I hope this doesn't
> render my answer useless. :)
> Igor Belikov schrieb am 30.05.2006 09:51:
> > Hello info-cyrus,
> > I'm migrate mail server to new hardware under new OS.
> Migration was
> > from cyrus 2.2.12 + sasl 2.1.20 under SuSE Linux v9.1 (kernel
> > 126.96.36.199-smp) to cyrus 2.3.3 + sasl 2.1.21 under SuSE
> Linux 10.0 OSS
> > (original kernel from SuSE).
> > In both cases cyrus compiled from sources, in both cases
> was applied
> > two patches (patch that allow to store crypted passwords and patch
> > that allow 8bit headers).
> > In new installation our clients notice large delays during
> > connection to POP3 server. This delays appears
> accidentally, without
> > any system.
> > Are anybody can help me deal with this problem?
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