julien at trigofacile.com
Wed Apr 15 17:42:00 UTC 2009
I have just received a daemon failure regarding my answer to your mail!
<inn-workers at isc.org>:
CNAME lookup failed temporarily. (#4.4.3)
I'm not going to try again; this message has been in the queue too long.
It is not the first time I have that (only with isc.org by the way,
and not with lists.isc.org).
> Has anyone pushed the number of groups up to say 2-7 million? Posting
> is slow, maybe 2-50 messages/day per group, readership is
> estimated to run 10-2000 groups per reader.
That means between 4 millions and 350 millions of articles per day,
whence an *average* of between 46 and 4000 articles per second.
That seems a lot to me...
Are systems capable of handling that kind of load here?
> Any thoughts at that scale?
I believe it is a lot for a news server.
Usenet is not that big (about a hundred thousand newsgroups?).
I do not think anyone has ever run INN with such a configuration.
According to <http://www.top1000.org/2009/03/participants.txt>, the total
number of articles seen is about 500 millions per month. It is what
you could have in two days if I understand well...
Anyway, if you try, please tell us the result.
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