[ Amy West writes: ]
> I'm hoping to install majordomo on our NeXT in order to run
> an announcement-type list that some higher-ups expect could
> get quite huge (multiple thousands). The problem that I forsee
> is that we only have about 60 M free on the machine at a time.
> Could/will that be a problem?
Perhaps. Worst case for 1.xx is each list performing an 'uns*bscribe'
simultaneously because each list file is duplicated for a brief period
(list c*nfig, inf*, etc. file updates also duplicate the respective file
but are relatively small), so, for example, a 10Mb list would require
10Mb of free space to perform an 'uns*bscribe'.
Then there's the issue of archives and logs which grow over time and
require periodic maintenance and/or continuously expanding disk space.