Limiting INN's NNRP connections per IP
alexk at demon.net
Thu Aug 29 16:40:13 UTC 2002
Russ Allbery <rra at stanford.edu> writes:
> Matus \"fantomas\" Uhlar <uhlar at fantomas.sk> writes:
> > others answered. Now I have one question about nnrpd - can it take
> > advantage of running one master and slaves? shared active table, shared
> > configuration file, or at least that config is pre-processed by master
> > on startup and slaves only need to talk to user?
> I believe that it does initialize the storage manager and overview only
> once, which can take a noticable amount of time. I'm not sure, though;
> I've not looked at it recently.
No they're each time (SetupDaemon() happens after the fork). One of
the problems I ran into moving them earlier (assuming a working pread
& history/overview/storage methods which use it) is that our error
recovery isn't very good if things change underneath us (so things
like files don't get reopened etc.).
Alex Kiernan, Principal Engineer, Development, THUS plc
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