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>>>>> "TG" == The Gardyan <email@example.com> writes:
TG> What I mean by that is that majordomo starts a sendmail process for
TG> every e-mail received whereas other list servers are smarter about
TG> using the MTA's.
Not completely true. sendmail -- like every network daemon in the world --
sits in the background listening to its assigned port. When a connection
comes in the daemon forks itself; the child handles the incoming connection
while the daemon resumes listening. If you are having problems with system
load then the problem is probably not Majordomo at all. The problem is
that you have not properly configured sendmail to shift to queueing only
mode when the system load rises above a particular level.
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Rich Pieri <firstname.lastname@example.org> | Ingredients of Happy Fun Ball
Prescient Technologies, Inc. | include an unknown glowing
A Stone & Webster Company | substance which fell to Earth,
I speak for myself, not PTI or SWEC | presumably from outer space.