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n * (1 + max(expansionfactor)) * $message_size_limit
Let's assume 5 instances, $message_size_limit of 10 MB = 50 MB for the
original mails alone.
Now add space for the unpacked mail: 5*10 MB raw mail size become about 5*8 MB binary size , unpack at ratio 1:2, become 80 MB.
Sum: 130 MB.
/dev/shm /var/amavis tmpfs defaults,noexec,nodev,nosuid,size=150m,mode=750,uid=7509,gid=54322 0 0Use the uid of the user your amavisd-new runs as. As gid use the group clamd runs as. "mode=750" makes sure that other users like clamd which need to be able to read this directory are able to access it. Also choose the size sufficiently large!
/dev/aacd0s2b /var/amavis mfs rw,-s=65536 0 0Where the first column is the device on which your swap lives, the second the mounted directory, and the -s=NNN is the size in 512k blocks. The example creates a 32Mb MFS file system on /var/amavis. Prior to 5.x you need in your kernel config file this entry which is normally the default:
md /var/amavis mfs rw,-s64m 0 0in 5.x you need:
/dev/wd0b /var/amavisd/tmp mfs rw,async,-s=524288 0 0or from the command line
mount_mfs -s 524288 /dev/wd0b /var/amavisd/tmp/
swap - /var/amavis tmpfs - yes size=200Mor from the command line
mkdir /var/amavis mount -F tmpfs -o size=200m swap /var/amavisBut see SUNWdrvs8 here
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