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On Thursday, 6th Januar 2011, 21:02:17 Victor Duchovni wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 06, 2011 at 04:56:48PM +0100, Stefan Jakobs wrote:
> > > In this case, it is not as critical to set such a flag, but it is
> > > important to allow the existing scan to continue to completion, and
> > > ignore or (just note) new requests until it does. Once a scan
> > > completes, new scans can proceed either immediately (saved flag) or
> > > when next requested.
> > That's what I have implemented. If a cleanup process is already running
> > and a second cleanup process starts then the second process will quit as
> > if the database was empty and it will log a warning
> No warning is necessary. With a large database the cleanup thread may
> run longer than the scheduled interval between threads. This is fine.
OK, I attached the final(?) version of the mysql-write-support patch.
Is there any chance that the patch will make it into a stable Postfix release?