spamassassin slow to process messages
ajthomson at optushome.com.au
Mon Jul 7 16:42:55 PDT 2003
On Tue, 2003-07-08 at 09:22, Daniel Bye wrote:
> Could be mx timeouts, DNS timeouts, rbl timeouts, dcc/razor/pyzor
> In your global SpamAssassin config, try setting a value for timelog_path -
> this will cause spamd to log what it's doing, and where it spent most time
> doing it. Check perldoc Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf.
> You might also try turning on debugging (modify /usr/local/etc/rc.d/spamd.sh
> so that spamd is called with the `-D' option, then restart spamd). You will
> then get lots of debugging in /var/log/mail.
Some great suggestions, appreciate it. Anyway you were onto it.. tracked
down the following..
0.000: Finished head tests (Delta: 0.000s)
0.000: Starting body tests
0.000: Razor2 -> Starting razor test (10 secs max)
10.000: Razor2 -> Finished razor test: not known spam (Delta: 10.000s)
10.000: Finished body tests (Delta: 10.000s)
Time to investigate that.
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