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From: David Touzeau (davidtouzeau.eu)
Date: Thu Dec 23 2010 - 16:22:29 CST
I would like to know if you think that taskset tool can help me about my
Do you think that doing
taskset -c 1 postmulti -i postfix-[instance] -p start
will do the trick
I'm afraid that only postmulti will set to processor 1 but will not send it's cpu settings to master
Le jeudi 23 décembre 2010 à 22:29 +0100, David Touzeau a écrit :
> With multiple postfix instance, you can easily separate set of
> configurations but keep some processes eg filters commonly.
> This Postfix technology is very helpful for ISP/ASP mode.
> So if you define that each instance using different domains and
> different behaviors (eg mass mailing for one outgoing mail for other...)
> you did not need that one instance take all cpu it needs against other
> That why i ask this question.
> Many thanks all, il will try to find if Linux Ubuntu/Debian accept a way
> to bind a process (with all its child processes) to a specific CPU.
> Le jeudi 23 décembre 2010 à 15:17 -0500, Victor Duchovni a écrit :
> > On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 08:58:31PM +0100, David Touzeau wrote:
> > > I have a server with 8 processors.
> > > I would like to create 8 postfix instances and each instance use a
> > > dedicated processor.
> > >
> > > Is it possible to do that ?
> > Let your O/S do the scheduling. Locking down each instance of Postfix
> > to a given CPU is almost certainly counter-productive.