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Date: Wed Apr 25 2001 - 23:13:40 CDT
Has anyone attempted to use a clustered filesystem for queues? The goal being that multiple boxes work off a single, shared queue amongst boxes. My employer has some time sensitive emails that need to be delivered within X amount of time. If we have multiple servers each running seperate instances of postfix, and therefore seperate queues, if one server goes down during a delivery, we're unable to send that set of mail in it's queue until it is operational again. I imagine postfix won't handle a shared filesystem for queues all too well, but figured I'd ask anyway.
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