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Things are slow!

Some of the pages ont the website are slow. I know diskio is way up. I don't know what it is but it's been going on for about three weeks. It might have been a change to the zpool recordsize on the PostgreSQL database dataset.

One way to know: copy the dataset to another dataset with the original recordsize and use that. I hope can get to that later this week.

I have not tackled the issue yet because I've been concentrating on the BSDCan and PGCon calls for papers.

non port: security/amavisd-new/files/patch-amavisd-nanny
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Number of commits found: 3

Sun, 10 Sep 2006
[ 14:05 erwin ] Original commit 
1.41 security/amavisd-new/Makefile
1.12 security/amavisd-new/files/patch-amavisd
1.2 security/amavisd-new/files/patch-amavisd-agent
1.3 security/amavisd-new/files/patch-amavisd-nanny
1.14 security/amavisd-new/files/patch-amavisd.conf
1.2 security/amavisd-new/files/patch-amavisd.conf-sample
1.4 security/amavisd-new/files/patch-config.h.in
1.2 security/amavisd-new/files/pkg-message.in
1.20 security/amavisd-new/pkg-plist
Big rework:
- Register some dependencies directly that were installed by another
dependencies before
- Add BerkeleyDB to OPTIONS for nanny/cache/snmp, it is not a mandatory
dependency any more
- Add SQLite to OPTIONS for lookups/logging/quarantine
- Add SASL to OPTIONS for authentication
- Add SpamAssassin to OPTIONS, it is not a mandatory dependency any more
- Add p0f (passive OS fingerprinting) to OPTIONS and an rc.d script for
p0fanalyzer
- Add file to OPTIONS to use ports' file(1) instead of system file(1)
- Add nomarch and cabextract to OPTIONS, they are not mandatory any more
- Provide some alternatives for archiver dependencies (rar/unrar, arj/unar,
etc.)
- Cleanup deprecated PLIST_SUB and pkg-plist entries
- Use reinplace editing instead of patches where possible
- Ensure that the config file is installed with proper attributes
- Add some p0f explanation to pkg-message
- Style

PR:             102944
Submitted by:   Gabor Kovesdan <gkovesdan@t-hosting.hu> (maintainer)
Thu, 26 Aug 2004
[ 18:52 sem ] Original commit 
1.20 security/amavisd-new/Makefile
1.15 security/amavisd-new/distinfo
1.7 security/amavisd-new/files/patch-amavisd
1.2 security/amavisd-new/files/patch-amavisd-nanny
Update to 2.1.1

PR:             ports/70933
Submitted by:   maintainer
Mon, 16 Aug 2004
[ 17:19 vanilla ] Original commit 
1.19 security/amavisd-new/Makefile
1.14 security/amavisd-new/distinfo
1.1 security/amavisd-new/files/patch-amavisd-nanny
1.2 security/amavisd-new/files/patch-amavisd-sample.conf
1.10 security/amavisd-new/files/patch-amavisd.conf
1.13 security/amavisd-new/pkg-plist
Upgrade to 2.1.0.

PR:             ports/70526
Submitted by:   maintainer

Number of commits found: 3

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