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fixes in assp 2.5.4 build 16277

Thomas Eckardt/eck
Hi all,

fixed in assp 2.5.4 build 16277:

changed:

- for all SSL/TLS connection a 'read ahead' mechanism is implemented to
speed up mail processing
  for small SSL-frame size (< 8kB) - at least by ten times

added:

- 'neverQueueSize','Never internaly Queue Mails larger than this Size'
 Default is 20971520 (20MB) - lowest possible value is 1000000.
 Any mail that is announced to be or grows larger than this size in byte,
will not be queued for actions
 and checks that requires the complete mail to be internaly queued.
 skipped actions are: DKIM signature generation and charset conversions
 skipped checks are: all Plugins in level 2 (complete mail) and the full
mail DKIM check
 Please also check npSize and npSizeOut.

removed:

- the hidden config parameter 'neverQueueSize' is now moved to the GUI

- 'OutgoingBufSizeNew' is removed from the code

Thomas

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Re: fixes in assp 2.5.4 build 16277

Colin
Hi Thomas,

After upgrading to this build ASSP was only listening on my internal
private subnet and was not accepting connections from the outside world.
I've had to go straight back down to 16275.


On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 1:44 PM, Thomas Eckardt <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> fixed in assp 2.5.4 build 16277:
>
> changed:
>
> - for all SSL/TLS connection a 'read ahead' mechanism is implemented to
> speed up mail processing
>   for small SSL-frame size (< 8kB) - at least by ten times
>
> added:
>
> - 'neverQueueSize','Never internaly Queue Mails larger than this Size'
>  Default is 20971520 (20MB) - lowest possible value is 1000000.
>  Any mail that is announced to be or grows larger than this size in byte,
> will not be queued for actions
>  and checks that requires the complete mail to be internaly queued.
>  skipped actions are: DKIM signature generation and charset conversions
>  skipped checks are: all Plugins in level 2 (complete mail) and the full
> mail DKIM check
>  Please also check npSize and npSizeOut.
>
> removed:
>
> - the hidden config parameter 'neverQueueSize' is now moved to the GUI
>
> - 'OutgoingBufSizeNew' is removed from the code
>
> Thomas
>
> DISCLAIMER:
> *******************************************************
> This email and any files transmitted with it may be confidential, legally
> privileged and protected in law and are intended solely for the use of the
>
> individual to whom it is addressed.
> This email was multiple times scanned for viruses. There should be no
> known virus in this email!
> *******************************************************
>
>
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> engaging tech sites, SlashDot.org! http://sdm.link/slashdot
> _______________________________________________
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Re: fixes in assp 2.5.4 build 16277

Thomas Eckardt/eck
I'm sure, there is no change in build 16277 than can cause this.

Thomas





Von:    cw <[hidden email]>
An:     ASSP development mailing list <[hidden email]>
Datum:  03.10.2016 15:39
Betreff:        Re: [Assp-test] fixes in assp 2.5.4 build 16277



Hi Thomas,

After upgrading to this build ASSP was only listening on my internal
private subnet and was not accepting connections from the outside world.
I've had to go straight back down to 16275.


On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 1:44 PM, Thomas Eckardt
<[hidden email]>
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> fixed in assp 2.5.4 build 16277:
>
> changed:
>
> - for all SSL/TLS connection a 'read ahead' mechanism is implemented to
> speed up mail processing
>   for small SSL-frame size (< 8kB) - at least by ten times
>
> added:
>
> - 'neverQueueSize','Never internaly Queue Mails larger than this Size'
>  Default is 20971520 (20MB) - lowest possible value is 1000000.
>  Any mail that is announced to be or grows larger than this size in
byte,

> will not be queued for actions
>  and checks that requires the complete mail to be internaly queued.
>  skipped actions are: DKIM signature generation and charset conversions
>  skipped checks are: all Plugins in level 2 (complete mail) and the full
> mail DKIM check
>  Please also check npSize and npSizeOut.
>
> removed:
>
> - the hidden config parameter 'neverQueueSize' is now moved to the GUI
>
> - 'OutgoingBufSizeNew' is removed from the code
>
> Thomas
>
> DISCLAIMER:
> *******************************************************
> This email and any files transmitted with it may be confidential,
legally
> privileged and protected in law and are intended solely for the use of
the

>
> individual to whom it is addressed.
> This email was multiple times scanned for viruses. There should be no
> known virus in this email!
> *******************************************************
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> ------------------
> Check out the vibrant tech community on one of the world's most
> engaging tech sites, SlashDot.org! http://sdm.link/slashdot
> _______________________________________________
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> https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/assp-test
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Re: fixes in assp 2.5.4 build 16277

Colin
Hi Thomas,

I don't know what is going on. I've dropped back to 16275 and external
email starts working again but it is extremely slow. I can't get to the GUI
and output to the maillog is slow.

I've even dropped back to 16270 and it is still the same. Are there any
caches or database entries that could be affected by this that I need to
clear?

Nothing else changed other than stopping assp, downloading the latest from
sourceforge and then starting up ASSP.

On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 3:19 PM, Thomas Eckardt <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> I'm sure, there is no change in build 16277 than can cause this.
>
> Thomas
>
>
>
>
>
> Von:    cw <[hidden email]>
> An:     ASSP development mailing list <[hidden email]>
> Datum:  03.10.2016 15:39
> Betreff:        Re: [Assp-test] fixes in assp 2.5.4 build 16277
>
>
>
> Hi Thomas,
>
> After upgrading to this build ASSP was only listening on my internal
> private subnet and was not accepting connections from the outside world.
> I've had to go straight back down to 16275.
>
>
> On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 1:44 PM, Thomas Eckardt
> <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>
> > Hi all,
> >
> > fixed in assp 2.5.4 build 16277:
> >
> > changed:
> >
> > - for all SSL/TLS connection a 'read ahead' mechanism is implemented to
> > speed up mail processing
> >   for small SSL-frame size (< 8kB) - at least by ten times
> >
> > added:
> >
> > - 'neverQueueSize','Never internaly Queue Mails larger than this Size'
> >  Default is 20971520 (20MB) - lowest possible value is 1000000.
> >  Any mail that is announced to be or grows larger than this size in
> byte,
> > will not be queued for actions
> >  and checks that requires the complete mail to be internaly queued.
> >  skipped actions are: DKIM signature generation and charset conversions
> >  skipped checks are: all Plugins in level 2 (complete mail) and the full
> > mail DKIM check
> >  Please also check npSize and npSizeOut.
> >
> > removed:
> >
> > - the hidden config parameter 'neverQueueSize' is now moved to the GUI
> >
> > - 'OutgoingBufSizeNew' is removed from the code
> >
> > Thomas
> >
> > DISCLAIMER:
> > *******************************************************
> > This email and any files transmitted with it may be confidential,
> legally
> > privileged and protected in law and are intended solely for the use of
> the
> >
> > individual to whom it is addressed.
> > This email was multiple times scanned for viruses. There should be no
> > known virus in this email!
> > *******************************************************
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------------------------------------
> > ------------------
> > Check out the vibrant tech community on one of the world's most
> > engaging tech sites, SlashDot.org! http://sdm.link/slashdot
> > _______________________________________________
> > Assp-test mailing list
> > [hidden email]
> > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/assp-test
> >
> >
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>
>
>
>
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> privileged and protected in law and are intended solely for the use of the
>
> individual to whom it is addressed.
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> known virus in this email!
> *******************************************************
>
>
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Re: fixes in assp 2.5.4 build 16277

Colin
I've been watching what the process is doing. It seems to be writing to the
logfiles, or failing to. I have this:

write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:31 [Worker_7] <"..., 102) = 102

This repeats 999 times until:

write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:39 [Worker_7] <"..., 101) = 101

There is no line with a matching timestamp in the log file anywhere.

This seems to be a repeating pattern of 9 lines:


write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 102) = 102
write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 67) = 67
write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 69) = 69
write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 154) = 154
write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 63) = 63
write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 65) = 65
write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 69) = 69
write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 102) = 102

Until the very last pattern which has 101 instead of 102.

I see this over and over again with different lines and worker numbers.

If I look in the debug for this I see the following occurring for that
thread:

> (at 1475505692.00246)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <matchSL -
[hidden email] - noScan
> (at 1475505692.00461)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <sendquedata
> (at 1475505692.00639)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <whitebody - end
> (at 1475505692.00669)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <doing line
<0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000[CR][LF]
> (at 1475505692.00695)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <Maillog
> (at 1475505692.00728)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <whitebody
> (at 1475505692.00766)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <MessageSizeOK
> (at 1475505692.00799)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <matchSL -
[hidden email] - noScan
> (at 1475505692.00872)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <matchSL -
[hidden email] - noScan
> (at 1475505692.01008)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <sendquedata
> (at 1475505692.01085)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <whitebody - end
> (at 1475505692.01128)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <doing line
<0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000[CR][LF]
> (at 1475505692.01167)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <Maillog
> (at 1475505692.01202)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <whitebody
> (at 1475505692.01239)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <MessageSizeOK
> (at 1475505692.01282)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <matchSL -
[hidden email] - noScan
> (at 1475505692.01472)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <matchSL -
[hidden email] - noScan
> (at 1475505692.01613)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <sendquedata
> (at 1475505692.01746)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <whitebody - end
> (at 1475505692.01954)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <doing line
<0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000[CR][LF]
> (at 1475505692.02082)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <Maillog

I've changed the email address and zero'd the content. So it looks like
normal behaviour of receiving a message but why the 999 writes that look
like they should be going to the log file?

Whilst watching all this, I've just had ASSP go completely unresponsive,
something I've never had before. There's nothing going to the debug file.
Strace is showing lots of resource temporarily unavailable then it freed
up, dumped a load of lines to the log file before hanging again. It seems
to be stuck in a cycle with that now.

I'm also seeing things logged to MainThread_stuck_err.log which is a new
one for me. They are mostly exactly 62 or 65 seconds with one at 61 seconds.

I can't see much in it. There is always at least one thread with the
following:

2016-10-03 16:04:34 Worker(1): last loop start before 0 seconds - signals:
can:1, state:0, never: - last debug step is : wh: 0 - write:  - wait: 0.002

All the other messages vary.

It is starting to get noticed and reported now so must be having a
considerable knock on. Absolutely baffled as to what is going on.


On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 3:42 PM, cw <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Thomas,
>
> I don't know what is going on. I've dropped back to 16275 and external
> email starts working again but it is extremely slow. I can't get to the GUI
> and output to the maillog is slow.
>
> I've even dropped back to 16270 and it is still the same. Are there any
> caches or database entries that could be affected by this that I need to
> clear?
>
> Nothing else changed other than stopping assp, downloading the latest from
> sourceforge and then starting up ASSP.
>
> On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 3:19 PM, Thomas Eckardt <[hidden email]
> > wrote:
>
>> I'm sure, there is no change in build 16277 than can cause this.
>>
>> Thomas
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Von:    cw <[hidden email]>
>> An:     ASSP development mailing list <[hidden email]>
>> Datum:  03.10.2016 15:39
>> Betreff:        Re: [Assp-test] fixes in assp 2.5.4 build 16277
>>
>>
>>
>> Hi Thomas,
>>
>> After upgrading to this build ASSP was only listening on my internal
>> private subnet and was not accepting connections from the outside world.
>> I've had to go straight back down to 16275.
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 1:44 PM, Thomas Eckardt
>> <[hidden email]>
>> wrote:
>>
>> > Hi all,
>> >
>> > fixed in assp 2.5.4 build 16277:
>> >
>> > changed:
>> >
>> > - for all SSL/TLS connection a 'read ahead' mechanism is implemented to
>> > speed up mail processing
>> >   for small SSL-frame size (< 8kB) - at least by ten times
>> >
>> > added:
>> >
>> > - 'neverQueueSize','Never internaly Queue Mails larger than this Size'
>> >  Default is 20971520 (20MB) - lowest possible value is 1000000.
>> >  Any mail that is announced to be or grows larger than this size in
>> byte,
>> > will not be queued for actions
>> >  and checks that requires the complete mail to be internaly queued.
>> >  skipped actions are: DKIM signature generation and charset conversions
>> >  skipped checks are: all Plugins in level 2 (complete mail) and the full
>> > mail DKIM check
>> >  Please also check npSize and npSizeOut.
>> >
>> > removed:
>> >
>> > - the hidden config parameter 'neverQueueSize' is now moved to the GUI
>> >
>> > - 'OutgoingBufSizeNew' is removed from the code
>> >
>> > Thomas
>> >
>> > DISCLAIMER:
>> > *******************************************************
>> > This email and any files transmitted with it may be confidential,
>> legally
>> > privileged and protected in law and are intended solely for the use of
>> the
>> >
>> > individual to whom it is addressed.
>> > This email was multiple times scanned for viruses. There should be no
>> > known virus in this email!
>> > *******************************************************
>> >
>> >
>> > ------------------------------------------------------------
>> > ------------------
>> > Check out the vibrant tech community on one of the world's most
>> > engaging tech sites, SlashDot.org! http://sdm.link/slashdot
>> > _______________________________________________
>> > Assp-test mailing list
>> > [hidden email]
>> > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/assp-test
>> >
>> >
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>> engaging tech sites, SlashDot.org! http://sdm.link/slashdot
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>>
>>
>>
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>> This email and any files transmitted with it may be confidential, legally
>> privileged and protected in law and are intended solely for the use of the
>>
>> individual to whom it is addressed.
>> This email was multiple times scanned for viruses. There should be no
>> known virus in this email!
>> *******************************************************
>>
>>
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>> ------------------
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Re: fixes in assp 2.5.4 build 16277

Colin
Hi Thomas,

Cracked it. It turns out it is all down to debugging. I remembered I turned
that on at the same time as upgrading the version. I've turned that off
again and both ASSP instances are back up to full speed. Phew.

Not sure why debugging had such a major impact, it never has before and
I've had it on and off the past week.

All the best,
Colin.

On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 4:13 PM, cw <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I've been watching what the process is doing. It seems to be writing to
> the logfiles, or failing to. I have this:
>
> write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:31 [Worker_7] <"..., 102) = 102
>
> This repeats 999 times until:
>
> write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:39 [Worker_7] <"..., 101) = 101
>
> There is no line with a matching timestamp in the log file anywhere.
>
> This seems to be a repeating pattern of 9 lines:
>
>
> write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 102) = 102
> write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 67) = 67
> write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 69) = 69
> write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 154) = 154
> write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 63) = 63
> write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 65) = 65
> write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 69) = 69
> write(63, "2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <"..., 102) = 102
>
> Until the very last pattern which has 101 instead of 102.
>
> I see this over and over again with different lines and worker numbers.
>
> If I look in the debug for this I see the following occurring for that
> thread:
>
> > (at 1475505692.00246)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <matchSL -
> [hidden email] - noScan
> > (at 1475505692.00461)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <sendquedata
> > (at 1475505692.00639)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <whitebody - end
> > (at 1475505692.00669)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <doing line <
> 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
> 0000000000000000[CR][LF]
> > (at 1475505692.00695)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <Maillog
> > (at 1475505692.00728)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <whitebody
> > (at 1475505692.00766)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <MessageSizeOK
> > (at 1475505692.00799)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <matchSL -
> [hidden email] - noScan
> > (at 1475505692.00872)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <matchSL -
> [hidden email] - noScan
> > (at 1475505692.01008)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <sendquedata
> > (at 1475505692.01085)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <whitebody - end
> > (at 1475505692.01128)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <doing line <
> 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
> 0000000000000000[CR][LF]
> > (at 1475505692.01167)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <Maillog
> > (at 1475505692.01202)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <whitebody
> > (at 1475505692.01239)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <MessageSizeOK
> > (at 1475505692.01282)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <matchSL -
> [hidden email] - noScan
> > (at 1475505692.01472)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <matchSL -
> [hidden email] - noScan
> > (at 1475505692.01613)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <sendquedata
> > (at 1475505692.01746)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <whitebody - end
> > (at 1475505692.01954)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <doing line <
> 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
> 0000000000000000[CR][LF]
> > (at 1475505692.02082)2016-10-03 15:41:32 [Worker_7] <Maillog
>
> I've changed the email address and zero'd the content. So it looks like
> normal behaviour of receiving a message but why the 999 writes that look
> like they should be going to the log file?
>
> Whilst watching all this, I've just had ASSP go completely unresponsive,
> something I've never had before. There's nothing going to the debug file.
> Strace is showing lots of resource temporarily unavailable then it freed
> up, dumped a load of lines to the log file before hanging again. It seems
> to be stuck in a cycle with that now.
>
> I'm also seeing things logged to MainThread_stuck_err.log which is a new
> one for me. They are mostly exactly 62 or 65 seconds with one at 61 seconds.
>
> I can't see much in it. There is always at least one thread with the
> following:
>
> 2016-10-03 16:04:34 Worker(1): last loop start before 0 seconds - signals:
> can:1, state:0, never: - last debug step is : wh: 0 - write:  - wait: 0.002
>
> All the other messages vary.
>
> It is starting to get noticed and reported now so must be having a
> considerable knock on. Absolutely baffled as to what is going on.
>
>
> On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 3:42 PM, cw <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Hi Thomas,
>>
>> I don't know what is going on. I've dropped back to 16275 and external
>> email starts working again but it is extremely slow. I can't get to the GUI
>> and output to the maillog is slow.
>>
>> I've even dropped back to 16270 and it is still the same. Are there any
>> caches or database entries that could be affected by this that I need to
>> clear?
>>
>> Nothing else changed other than stopping assp, downloading the latest
>> from sourceforge and then starting up ASSP.
>>
>> On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 3:19 PM, Thomas Eckardt <
>> [hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>> I'm sure, there is no change in build 16277 than can cause this.
>>>
>>> Thomas
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Von:    cw <[hidden email]>
>>> An:     ASSP development mailing list <[hidden email]>
>>> Datum:  03.10.2016 15:39
>>> Betreff:        Re: [Assp-test] fixes in assp 2.5.4 build 16277
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Hi Thomas,
>>>
>>> After upgrading to this build ASSP was only listening on my internal
>>> private subnet and was not accepting connections from the outside world.
>>> I've had to go straight back down to 16275.
>>>
>>>
>>> On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 1:44 PM, Thomas Eckardt
>>> <[hidden email]>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>> > Hi all,
>>> >
>>> > fixed in assp 2.5.4 build 16277:
>>> >
>>> > changed:
>>> >
>>> > - for all SSL/TLS connection a 'read ahead' mechanism is implemented to
>>> > speed up mail processing
>>> >   for small SSL-frame size (< 8kB) - at least by ten times
>>> >
>>> > added:
>>> >
>>> > - 'neverQueueSize','Never internaly Queue Mails larger than this Size'
>>> >  Default is 20971520 (20MB) - lowest possible value is 1000000.
>>> >  Any mail that is announced to be or grows larger than this size in
>>> byte,
>>> > will not be queued for actions
>>> >  and checks that requires the complete mail to be internaly queued.
>>> >  skipped actions are: DKIM signature generation and charset conversions
>>> >  skipped checks are: all Plugins in level 2 (complete mail) and the
>>> full
>>> > mail DKIM check
>>> >  Please also check npSize and npSizeOut.
>>> >
>>> > removed:
>>> >
>>> > - the hidden config parameter 'neverQueueSize' is now moved to the GUI
>>> >
>>> > - 'OutgoingBufSizeNew' is removed from the code
>>> >
>>> > Thomas
>>> >
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