db maintenance "delete oldest least used tokens, but maintain
count of x"
matthias.andree at gmx.de
Wed Mar 17 06:57:26 EST 2004
Tom Allison <tallison at tacocat.net> writes:
> So the MSG_COUNT isn't decreased by any maintenance functions (-a -c -n)?
> I assumed it was rebuilt if you reloaded the database from text. But I
> guess this isn't case on further inspection.
> I assume then for proper care and feeding of bogofilter, there really
> isn't much reason (rather, requirement) to use any of the maintenance
> utilities unless you have performance needs.
> Am I close?
Having looked (but not posted), it appears as though the MSG_COUNT was
used to evaluate the individual spamicity of the token only, and hence
dropping tokens (without changing their associated spam/ham counts)
should be safe. This all providing that I haven't missed a reference to
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