Hi everyone. One quick question.
I was wondering if there was a way to save quarantined files into a
seperate directory instead of using the same dir for both quarantined
files and the temp files. I'd really like to mount a small (2MB, maybe?)
tmpfs volume for the temp directory (currently /var/spool/filter) but I'm
concerned that I might run into a situation where the tmpfs mount could be
filled up in the case of a clamd problem or... something. I'd love to get
the speed (and less disk I/O) of the tmpfs temp directory, but I'd rather
not take the chance of mail getting rejected because it filled up for
whatever reason. Also, any recommendations on how big it should be? I'm
guessing 2MB should be enough. The machine's got a good bit of memory
(512MB), so i'd rather make it a little too big than too small, especially
if there's no way to seperate the quarantine/temp directory into two
Oh, and my configuration is based on the advosys script, w/ postfix, using
anomt 1.68, spamc and the latest version of clam av.