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Re: Getting zmailer to run (part of) its queue Right Now?
> I've installed zmailer and am reasonably happy with it. With a bit
> more tuning, I expect I'll be really happy :)
> One thing I want to tune is to try to deliver all mail for a certain
> domain, all mail which can be routed through a certain host, or simply
> all mail right now. Any of the three would make me slightly happy,
> number two would make me really happy.
Number one is fairly simple to do, however if the scheduler
has all resources already in use, it won't be able to do that
anyway... Hopefully your system is not THAT loaded.
"routed thru certain host" is imprecise thing to ask for;
do you want all email thru bsmtp3/finfiles be run, or
do you want all targets be checked for their possible MXes
(if the channel happens to use MXes -- scheduler does not
know it), and all target systems that run thru some MX-host
are to be scheduled ?
Scheduling ALL threads is also possible, however with perhaps
300 threads in system, and max 50 running at the same time
that might take a bit of time.. (This is common case at
nic.funet.fi -- though I run 150 threads..)
> I think I've heard of a new SMTP command to do some of this, ETRN,
> too, but can't find a reference to it now. Does anyone know what's up
> with it?
I have been playing with an idea of how to do "TURNME", but
I equip it with explicite host identifier.. Something like:
220 nic.funet.fi ... ESMTP ...
250 TURNME request submitted
/Matti Aarnio <email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>