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On Fri, 23 Dec 2011 15:05:42 +0000
> Another major downside to this approach compared to using MySQL, is
> that it doesn't allow you to access the same bayes db from multiple
> machines at the same time. Unless I'm mistaken..?
You're correct. We rsync the CDB files around to our scanners. In
this way, your available disk banwidth scales up with the number
For setups with a large number of scanners where the rsyncs get
annoying, we have an experimental Bayes server that takes a token list
and returns the probability. It works pretty well.