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Old 15th January 2006, 20:13
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Originally Posted by squallbsr
I would imagine that the proxy items need to be there because of the chroot and not being able to read config from the /etc/postfix directory.
No, that's just a performance tuning. If you use proxy, then there's only one MYSQL connection open which is used by all Postfix processes. If you don't use proxy, then every Postfix process which needs to access the database opens a new connection.
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