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On Friday, October 17, 2003, at 03:54 PM, Paul M Fleming wrote:
I would also add.. A comment was made about performance. The latest
version of saslauthd (v2) supports a caching layer that makes a HUGH
difference in speed. We allow credentials to be cached for 1 hour which
means only 1 TGT request gets generated each hour then saslauthd caches
the results. If you support lots of simple binds via saslauthd
(protected by SSL of course) or Cyrus IMAP connections via SSL like we
do it makes a BIG difference.
Does this happen by default or is it configurable somewhere? This
could help us a lot.