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From Nix <...@esperi.org.uk>
Subject Re: sa-learn absurdly slow on re-iterating over mailboxes (TxRep involved)
Date Fri, 24 Jan 2020 18:09:29 GMT
On 14 Jan 2020, Henrik K. said:

> On Tue, Jan 14, 2020 at 12:05:57PM +0000, Nix wrote:
>> 
>> I've come to the conclusion that TxRep is essentially unmaintained and
>> basically doesn't work unless you use SQL storage, and have migrated
>> back to the AWL, which still works fine. I hope I'm wrong.
>
> There's only so much a few inactive developers can do, I don't even use
> TxRep (or AWL for that matter), so my priorities are on more critical
> things.  Feel free to contribute.  :-)

I tried, but couldn't make it work well enough to not lose functionality
at the same time as I gained the ability to not break locks.

> In any case one should use SQL if possible (and Redis for Bayes), file based
> databases have always been painful to use.

Honestly, for smaller installations a whole database server is just one
more thing to break. I'd only want one of those tied up with my email if
I was storing *the email itself* in the database as well.

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