If you need I/O performance bust it might worth to turn on noatime flag on important partitions. Look down to see how it pushed down the read level on a server with Apache serving a static content.
You can go even further and turn on nodiratime, it should decrease read even more.
Friday, November 13, 2009
This is the example how to configure the msmtp (i.e. for Mutt) to use thegmail smtp server. Remember that you need the certificate. I have got mine from old Ubuntu installation (Saving
/etcdirectory before reinstallation a box is good idea).
account your.user logfile ~/.msmtp.log tls on tls_starttls on tls_trust_file /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt auth on host smtp.gmail.com port 587 from email@example.com user firstname.lastname@example.org password YOUR_passwordBTW, in Ubuntu you can grab certificate by sudo apt-get install ca-certificates.