Timothy Murphy <tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie> writes:
> By the way, what is a "false positive"
> and how did the OP collect 2500 of them?
A false positive is what I say when I really mean false negative.
Real spam that SA didn't mark as such (R01e><). I have 2500 or so
of them in a folder because I started filing them about 6 months
The machine is 2.8GHz, 1Gb RAM.
I tried Daragh's --no-rebuild, but found --no-sync is now
recommended. This speeded up the maildir run to c.40secs, the
similarly sized mbox run to about 3m30, but the --sync run that
followed took 27mins walltime (4mins CPU). Oddly enough, it
announced to stdout that
"synced Bayes databases from journal in 0 seconds: 769 unique entries (1384 total entries)"
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