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From: Stephen Atkins (satkinsskircr.com)
Date: Thu May 08 2008 - 10:24:57 CDT
Devdas Bhagat wrote:
> I would go with the NFS split (or use GFS if you are feeling brave).
> The biggest benefit is that you can add storage separately from the
> host. Also, you can share this storage between multiple frontend boxes,
> as well as being able to move the IMAP server to another set of hosts if
> IMAP ------| |------ MTA ---- MX
> IMAP --- Storage --- MTA ---- MX
> Personally, I wouldn't split by domain but partition my storage by user.
> Share the storage between the MTAs and the POP3/IMAP servers, but each
> set of users gets their own set of physical disks.
Thanks for the reply. I think we may start off with something a bit
smaller. Maybe something like:
MX-----| |----------Web Mail
The two MX boxes are connected to different ISPs for some redundancy.
Do you see any issues with this sort of setup?