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Re: postfix clustering

From: Reinaldo de Carvalho <reinaldoc_at_nospam>
Date: Mon Nov 01 2010 - 00:52:21 GMT
To: Stan Hoeppner <stan@hardwarefreak.com>

On Sun, Oct 31, 2010 at 2:13 AM, Stan Hoeppner <stan@hardwarefreak.com>wrote:

> Reinaldo de Carvalho put forth on 10/30/2010 3:39 PM:
>
> > From Cyrus mailling list:
> >
> > "Now that Cyrus 2.4 has been released with a lot of the groundwork for
> > bandwidth efficient replication in place, Max is going to be working
> > on improving the management tools and monitoring of the replication
> > process. Our goal is to support master-master replication with safe
> > conflict resolution, and multiple replication topologies including
> > replication with more than two copies. This will allow efficient
> > failover within a single datacentre as well as geographically
> > distant close-to-real-time disaster recovery."
>
> Interesting. This is a _huge_ leap in capability for any IMAP server
> I'm aware of. Yet, entering either "replication" or "cluster" in the
> Cyrus home page search box returns zero results. When will these
> features be released as production ready? Right now it appears they are
> vaporware.
>
>
Cyrus 2.3 already replication support. Join cyrus mailling list. This is
off-topic here.

-- Reinaldo de Carvalho http://korreio.sf.net http://python-cyrus.sf.net "While not fully understand a software, don't try to adapt this software to the way you work, but rather yourself to the way the software works" (myself)