nnrpd.access file in INN 2.3.2 & tuning
kajan at singnet.com.sg
Wed Apr 3 04:36:51 UTC 2002
Thanks Jeffrey M. Vinocur for your suggestions.
> On Wed, 3 Apr 2002, kajan wrote:
> > I have to use nnrp.access as we only allow some range of IP addresses.
> > present nnrp.access(INN 1.7.2) has around 700 lines so it is difficult
> > put all them in readers.conf.
> > So which version of "CURRENT" or "STABLE" snapshot supports nnrp.acces
> In STABLE (or 2.3.2) you can use nnrpperlauth: in inn.conf with the sample
> nnrpd_auth.pl file provided to use your old nnrp.access file.
I don't ask the users to do the user authentication & do not have users.cdb
file. I allow all the users coming from the IP addresses listed in the
nnrp.access file to access the news server as our customers include dialup &
leased line & broad band customers.
Can I still use nnrpd_auth.pl & any modification has to done to this file?
Do I have to put the nnrp.access file under /usr/local/news/etc?
> In CURRENT you can also use Perl to use the nnrp.access file, and in
> addition use readers.conf at the same time.
Any coding has to done for this?
> > Also, is there any files in Redhat7.2 to INN 2.3.2 that can be changed
> > get better performance because I found lots of dropping articles mainly
> > binary articles.
> What storage method are you using for your binary articles?
I use tradspool. I would like to use CNFS. But can the size of cycbuffs go
more 2GB in RedHat 7.2 because the total size of binaries in my old server
is around 100GB. how many cycbuffs I can use?.
Thanks for your speedy reply.
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