[Gluster-users] Replication logic

Mahdi Adnan mahdi at sysmin.io
Mon Dec 28 05:33:21 UTC 2020

 If you have a busy mail setup and your Bricks are spindles, you will have
a lot of performance issues even if the Cluster is in a local DC.
Dovecot replication works well in Master-Master setup

On Mon, Dec 28, 2020 at 12:05 AM Zenon Panoussis <oracle at provocation.net>

> > For such a project, I would simply configure the SMTP server do to
> > protocol-specific replication and use a low-TTL DNS name to publish
> > the IMAP/Web frontends.
> Either you know something about mail servers that I would love
> to know myself, or else this idea won't work. That's because
> even if you could configure three SMTP servers as relays to
> each-other (which you cannot), IMAP actions (move, delete etc)
> do not propagate. So, one day you organise your mail nicely
> in folders, next day you find all of it back in your inbox.
> Or you go looking in your Sent folder for that mail you sent
> last week, and it's just not there. That kind of thing would
> probably frustrate everyone much more than a bit of latency.
> Z
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