From: Donncha O Caoimh (donncha.ocaoimh at domain tradesignals.com)
Date: Thu 20 Jul 2000 - 09:32:33 IST
But from my experience it runs better off an NT server than off a Linux
server, if only because ext2 is so crap at handling directories with
large numbers of files. This also assumes a default Goldmine config
which "extracts embedded html" and puts it into one "Attach" directory.
(that dir held 25,000 files, mostly 0 byte HTML files)
When I moved Goldmine off our NT server two people here couldn't read
their email. John(who sort of takes care of Goldmine) logged in to each
1. unclicked the "extract embedded html" option.
2. made their attachment directory a sub-directory of the attachment
directory, named after their username.
Finally, he compacted the dbase database.
Oh yeah, Goldmine do have a tech document on their web site on using
Samba, but the permissions given are way too excessive, just like they
recommend with their NT config. Files were basically world writeable,
not just group writeable..
Stephen Kearon wrote:
> Goldmine does NOT require an NT server.
> It is a contact management system (like Act or Superoffice) and will
> happily from a Samba share (Goldmine even have a tech support note on
> how to setup Samba)
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