[RCD] Update 0.9.1 released

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Wed May 22 10:32:45 CEST 2013

Am 22.05.2013 10:17, schrieb Cor Bosman:
>> Am 22.05.2013 00:29, schrieb Cor Bosman:
>>>>> If you really believe your setup is so much better than what 100s of other sysadmins 
>>>>> are doing around the world, then good for you.
>>>> it is
>>> Well, it really isnt because it isnt linearly scalable
>> you know *nothing* about my infrastructure
>> you know *nothing* about my load-balancers
>> you know *nothing* about the vSpehre cluster
> These are definitely true. All I know is that it's VMware :) But im interested. What do you do in 
> that infrastructure when your roundcube load exceeds the capabilities of your vmware host server? 
> Do you buy a larger vmware host server?

it does not happen because webmail is not a core-business here and *if it would* be
relevant the shared session thing *would be* interesting but that is *not* a good
reason to have it *default*

it is a bad practice to have defaults for load-balancing if it is not used

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