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From: George Forman (georgeforman69hotmail.com)
Date: Wed Jun 24 2009 - 14:42:11 CDT
I'm trying to understand how I can control postfix active queue.We ran into a problem where out back end LMTP deposit service had failures.Therefore, the queues grew quite large.We had trouble stabilizing the LTMP back end because postfix active queuewas trying to deliver very quickly to LMTP service.
How can I control or slowly drain the active queue so it doesn't slam LMTP?
I was reading and found the following information but I'm not sure it applies.Can I change default_destination_rate_delay to limit the delivery rate?I also see queue_run_delay and minimal/maximal_backoff_times but it seems thisapplies to the defer queue, correct?
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