Author: Bruce Richardson Date: To: exim-users Subject: Re: [Exim] MySQL persistant?
On Thu, Mar 25, 2004 at 12:13:22PM -0600, Edgar Lovecraft wrote: > > If performance is the issue then you are better off with dbm or cdb
> > files. You can still have nice sql command line access to your dbm
> > files if you put Perl on the box: just install DBD::DBM and dbish, the
> > DBI shell. Lovely stuff...
> Just a side note or two, I have never had any 'performance' problems with
> LDAP lookups causing any type of delay's, so MySQL should not be a problem
> either if it is running on good hardware with lots o' memory; but poorly
> written Perl code, will be an issue, please note that I did say 'poorly
> written Perl code' ;)
The perl code I'm proposing isn't used in the lookup, it's used to
administer the dbm files.
I unfortunately do not know how to turn cheese into gold.
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