[Dovecot] Dovecot under daemontools
rick at havokmon.com
Thu Aug 10 19:53:07 EEST 2006
On Thu, 2006-08-10 at 18:49 +0200, Geert Hendrickx wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 10, 2006 at 11:23:05AM -0500, Rick Romero wrote:
> > Well the way I read configure --help is this:
> > --with-ioloop=IOLOOP Specify the I/O loop method to use
> > (epoll, kqueue, poll; best for the fastest
> > available;
> > default is poll)
> > --with-notify=IOLOOP Specify the file system notification method to
> > use
> > (dnotify, inotify, kqueue, none;
> > default dnotify if compilable, otherwise
> > none)
> > If I don't specify anything, I should get 'poll' and 'dnotify' - if
> > FreeBSD supports it - or 'none', respectively.
> > On my FreeBSD box, I get kqueue and kqueue.
> That's FreeBSD ports' behaviour. Just look at the port's Makefile:
> .if !defined(WITHOUT_KQUEUE)
> CONFIGURE_ARGS+= --with-ioloop=kqueue --with-notify=kqueue
> Hence, set WITHOUT_KQUEUE if you don't want it.
That's definitely a solution, except I compiled from source on my own, I
didn't use the port.
Otherwise I'd would let the port maintainer know that kqueue seems to be
an issue and it probably should be changed..
Is that you? :)
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