> Am 2008-02-08 01:49:52, schrieb Gene Heskett:
> > So what is the maximum number of files in a directory that one can feed to
> > sa-learn --ham and expect it to achieve normal speed? I vaguely recall
> > feeding it my corpus of another folder it was having trouble with a year ago,
> > the linux-usb list, 600 to 1k messages in it and it was finished in an hour
> > that time.


On 10.02.08 21:31, Michelle Konzack wrote:
> Many programs including "rm", "mv", "ls" and "sa-learn" have a limit in
> the commandline options which is arround 1200 to 1400.


it's not limit of those programs, it's system limit of how much data can be
passed in arguments. And they don't exit, it's the shell who fails to
execute such process

> Note: "sa-learn" exits automaticaly if you feed to many messages to it.


no. sa-learn afaik doesn't count that.
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