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Alexey Offline
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Any thing changed with Postfix ?
Is it still store emails into file ?
may in Omegf u can store information about mailboxes into mysql ?
i think i will be better
03-04-2007 05:56 PM
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RE: About Postfix ...
no there's no particular reason to store mailboxes in mysql.
Although maybe we'll store the configuration in a database some day for easier handling.
SQL - Storage maybe only of relevance for people using a cluster of postfix/ imap/pop3 servers and then using the replication feature.

But atm i'd recommend to use NFS for that or a shared storage device with enbd/gnbd + ocfs2/gfs on it.

But for solution's of that size we've to develop the whole framework, first (ispCP) .
Thats nothing which will be managed directly in VHCS Omega.
03-04-2007 08:11 PM
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RE: About Postfix ...
ephigenie Wrote:no there's no particular reason to store mailboxes in mysql.
Although maybe we'll store the configuration in a database some day for easier handling.
SQL - Storage maybe only of relevance for people using a cluster of postfix/ imap/pop3 servers and then using the replication feature.

But atm i'd recommend to use NFS for that or a shared storage device with enbd/gnbd + ocfs2/gfs on it.

But for solution's of that size we've to develop the whole framework, first (ispCP) .
Thats nothing which will be managed directly in VHCS Omega.

Ok
Please look at this
   
I want build this system
WebServer, MailServer, DNS Server, mySQL servers will started on VDS
so i thining about migration store email information (login, passport and etc) into mySQL
03-04-2007 11:00 PM
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sry this makes no sense in your setup.
use maildirstorage Wink
03-05-2007 12:38 AM
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RE: About Postfix ...
yes i know
right now i have working virtual server with postfix
information like
username,email, password, maildir stored in mysql tables
and information not stored in files like now in vhcs2
03-05-2007 01:39 PM
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I think that Alexey is just asking to store postfix's accounts configuration in the database, but no the mailboxes/maildirs themselves. I would support this approach because then it would be directly managed by the interface and just makes more sense
03-05-2007 05:14 PM
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kilburn
yes you right
03-05-2007 05:43 PM
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You are free to help us. Please make a fully working version of this and send it to us. We will test. modify and commit it. Thanks.
03-05-2007 06:40 PM
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Rats
Tomorrow i will start ...
and i will put manual how to do this . if it will successful
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03-05-2007 10:38 PM
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Wonderful point!!!

This feature would be pure gold, even for configuration backup. And after all, I think that the best approach is to have a system that rely on the fewer services possible to handle all the stuff and because the most of the domain and users info are in mysql by now, it makes sense that also mailboxes info are in mysql too. ^_^
Thumbs up!
03-06-2007 12:17 AM
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