[Dovecot] Is Dovecot Director stable for production??
Aliet Santiesteban Sifontes
alietsantiesteban at gmail.com
Sun Nov 14 03:51:16 EET 2010
Timo, first as all thank's for your directions and work...
about the doveadm I will ty enabling ldap at the directors, I'm just having
a problem with this, using the recommended static config everything works
ok, but if I enable ldap exactly as in the backends, I mean ldap stuff and
auth, dovecot attemps to do all the imap, pop, ltmp local, where exactly I
must configure dovecot so use ldap for user list and keep using static
configs for director/proxy stuff??
2010/11/13 Timo Sirainen <tss at iki.fi>
> On 13.11.2010, at 22.50, Aliet Santiesteban Sifontes wrote:
> > doveadm director map I get
> > user mail server ip expire
> > <unknown> 172.29.9.11
> > 17:43:31
> > lmtp, imap and pop director working but in the list the user appears as
> > unknown, how tofix this??
> > any ideas??
> Director doesn't keep track of username -> IP mappings. It keeps track of
> CRC32(username) -> IP mappings. So if you want to list user -> IP, doveadm
> needs to get a list of all usernames so it can map them to the CRC32 (which
> of course isn't necessarily 1:1). So either you need to make "doveadm user
> '*'" working (in sql/ldap you have iterate_* settings) or you need to put
> all the usernames into a file and give -f file parameter to doveadm director
> >> Today I will try Dovecot Director for a setup using a Cluster Backend
> >> GFS2 on rhel5, my question is if is Director stable for use in
> >> for large sites,
> I know there are at least two production installations and I haven't heard
> complaints for months, so I guess they're working.
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