Christian Salway <ccsalway <at> itmanx.com>
2013-03-22 16:40:31 GMT
In your new version, can you please consider how to run it on low memory
systems (<512MB) for spamassassin other than direct from the command line
which takes time to load each time it's called.
Our basic internet servers we roll out to dedicated clients run on the
Amazon EC2 micro servers and consist of mysql, postfix, dovecot, apache,
spamassassin and clamd (disabled). Disabled because it consumes too much
RAM and deemed the least required because antivirus is readily available on
desktops, tablets and phones and most clients would prefer to deal with one
or two virus' messages than 100's of spam messages.
At the moment, on the Amazon EC2 micro servers, there is 512Mb RAM
available, of which, clamd consumes 30% if enabled, taking the RAM load from
165/512MB to 337/512MB, and that's before the server has started processing
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