On Wednesday 03 November 2004 11:37, Darragh Bailey wrote:
> I'm using mbox format as well and the time taken to perform
> sa-learn --spam --no-rebuild --mbox ~/mail/spam/spam && sa-learn --ham
> --no-rebuild --mbox ~/mail/spam/ham && sa-learn --rebuild
>> is about 1 minute.
What does --no-rebuild do?
It does not seem to be listed by "man sa-learn" on my system (Fedora-2).
Incidentally, timing info seems pretty useless to me
unless you give some indication of the machine you're using.
My Sony Picturebook (660MHz, 256MB RAM) would certainly take
at least 9 minutes with the specified load,
and would certainly not process 2500 messages in 1 minute, as stated.
By the way, what is a "false positive"
and how did the OP collect 2500 of them?
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