[Rspamd-Users] IO timeout when using "rspamc learn_spam MAILDIR"

Sergio Durigan Junior sergiodj at sergiodj.net
Sat May 25 15:53:15 UTC 2019

On Saturday, May 25 2019, P. V. Anthony wrote:

> On 25/5/19 2:35 PM, Sergio Durigan Junior wrote:
>> I'm wondering if anyone has seen this before, and what can be done to
>> solve the issue.  I'm using rspamd 1.8.1 (Debian version), FWIW.
> Please try with the latest version.
> https://rspamd.com/misc/2019/05/16/rspamd-performance.html

Thanks, I will.  However, it seems to me that the performance I'm seeing
with 1.8.1 is *way too much degraded*, even for a version that was
released on October, 2018.

I have the impression there is something wrong going on here, perhaps
with the configuration files I'm using?  Here's what I see when I issue
"rspamc stat":

Results for command: stat (0.096 seconds)
Messages scanned: 0
Messages learned: 55
Connections count: 0
Control connections count: 4946
Pools allocated: 4963
Pools freed: 4963
Bytes allocated: 2.12M
Memory chunks allocated: 4294967295
Shared chunks allocated: 0
Chunks freed: 0
Oversized chunks: 1319
Fuzzy hashes in storage "rspamd.com": 604513782
Fuzzy hashes stored: 604513782
Statfile: BAYES_SPAM type: sqlite3; length: 159.97M; free blocks: 0; total blocks: 1.93M; free: 0.00%; learned: 4949; users: 1; languages: 24
Statfile: BAYES_HAM type: sqlite3; length: 36.86k; free blocks: 0; total blocks: 0; free: 0.00%; learned: 0; users: 1; languages: 1
Total learns: 4949

Not sure if this is helpful information or not; also, I used "rspamc
stat_reset" before, because I wanted to have a clean slate when I tried
"rspamc learn_spam".

I'll let you know when I tested the latest version.


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