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The cause of the slowdown was a change to the ZFS dataset. In conjunction with the database server, very little caching was being done. This combination resulted in increased disk I/O as the system churned through the database. Details in the blog post which outlines the various things which changed. Many graphs.

non port: mail/assp/files/assp.8.in
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Number of commits found: 6

Wed, 12 Aug 2009
[ 22:20 olgeni ] Original commit 
1.21 mail/assp/Makefile
1.6 mail/assp/files/assp.8.in
1.3 mail/assp/files/assp.in
Switch back to using assp_flags and fix the man page instructions.

Obtained from:  maintainer
Fri, 22 May 2009
[ 01:43 amdmi3 ] Original commit 
1.18 mail/assp/Makefile
1.13 mail/assp/distinfo
1.5 mail/assp/files/assp.8.in
1.6 mail/assp/files/assplog.8.in
1.1 mail/assp/files/assplog.pl.in
1.2 mail/assp/files/extra-patch-assp.pl+SSL
1.10 mail/assp/files/patch-assp.pl
1.7 mail/assp/files/patch-stats.sh
1.4 mail/assp/files/periodic-assp.sh.in
1.6 mail/assp/files/pkg-install.in

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- Update to 1.5.1.2

PR:             133852
Submitted by:   "J.R. Oldroyd" <fbsd@opal.com> (maintainer)
Sat, 29 Jul 2006
[ 02:09 rafan ] Original commit 
1.7 mail/assp/Makefile
1.6 mail/assp/distinfo
1.4 mail/assp/files/assp.8.in
1.3 mail/assp/files/pkg-install.in
- Update to 1.2.3

PR:             ports/100990
Submitted by:   J.R. Oldroyd (maintainer)
Tue, 18 Jul 2006
[ 03:08 rafan ] Original commit 
1.6 mail/assp/Makefile
1.5 mail/assp/distinfo
1.3 mail/assp/files/assp.8.in
1.1 mail/assp/files/assp.in
1.4 mail/assp/files/assp.sh.in
1.2 mail/assp/files/assplog.8.in
1.3 mail/assp/files/patch-assp.pl
1.2 mail/assp/files/patch-stats.sh
1.2 mail/assp/files/pkg-install.in
1.3 mail/assp/pkg-plist
- Update to 1.2.2
- Use new style rc script name (no .sh suffix)
- Add more OPTIONS

PR:             ports/100233
Submitted by:   maintainer
Fri, 9 Dec 2005
[ 09:04 pav ] Original commit 
1.4 mail/assp/Makefile
1.2 mail/assp/files/assp.8.in
1.2 mail/assp/files/patch-assp.pl
1.2 mail/assp/files/periodic-assp.sh.in
Minor changes:
- suppressed two messages logged to stdout when ASSP first starts up
- changed nightly 510.assp periodic script to redirect rebuildspamdb.pl
  messages to a file in ASSP dir (nightly.log), thereby suppressing them from
  the nightly email
- added rc.conf variable:
  assp_logexpire="45"
  used by nightly 510.assp periodic script to expire old YY-MM-DD.maillog.txt
  files from ASSP dir
- changed the assp(8) manual page to document the new assp_logexpire
  configuration variable

PR:             ports/90118
Submitted by:   J.R. Oldroyd <fbsd@opal.com> (maintainer)
Sat, 28 May 2005
[ 09:56 jylefort ] Original commit 
1.656 mail/Makefile
1.1 mail/assp/Makefile
1.1 mail/assp/distinfo
1.1 mail/assp/files/assp.8.in
1.1 mail/assp/files/assp.sh.in
1.1 mail/assp/files/assplog.8.in
1.1 mail/assp/files/patch-assp.pl
1.1 mail/assp/files/patch-stats.sh
1.1 mail/assp/files/periodic-assp.sh.in
1.1 mail/assp/files/pkg-install.in

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Add assp.

Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy is a spam filter that sits on port 25 in front of your
regular SMTP server (sendmail, postfix, qmail, etc).

ASSP performs a number of configurable spam checks, and on detecting a spam
message, provides an immediate 5xx SMTP error code back to the client.
Non-spam messages are passed to your regular SMTP server for further
processing and delivery.

ASSP offers:
        - a whitelist of known good senders
        - Bayesian checks on message headers and contents
        - recipient address validation using LDAP and RFC822 conformance
        - relay denial
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