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    Default Using a ram disk for virus scanning?

    Hi, I'm about to set up Zimbra Open Source on a Red Hat Fedora Core box for evaluation purposes. Our current mail server gets hammered with disk I/O in part due to Amavis having to open file attachments and related things. The evaluation server has lots of ram, and I figure create a ram disk for Amavis. I'm both Debian guy and completely new to Zimbra, so what directories would I want to mount on the ram disk? Obviously the resulting mail files should be written to disk, I'm just trying to increase performance on mail processing.

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    Hi,
    I've forwarded your question onto our development team.

    Cheers
    john

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    I think the tmp setting for amavis can be found in the config file

    /opt/zimbra/conf/amavisd.conf
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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