At some point in the future, I'll probably add support for the psycopg2
module, used by Zope and Django for PostgreSQL support. PostgreSQL is a
terrific DB, but it could seriously use a well supported standard Python
Fortunately Debian has good package with psycopg2, so I don't need to
debianize it :)
Is it very hard to add support for the psycopg2 module right now?
I wrote that I want to debianize real python-pgsql module at Debian
Python mailing list . I heard in response that I could try to use
psycopg2 module instead of python-pgsql. I did it, but unfortunately it
seems that these modules haven't compatible API.
Let me know if you run into issues with SQL support. I still consider
it experimental. It was implemented to enable SMTP server clustering,
but I haven't used it anywhere in production.
OK, I'll write here about noticed problems. I'm going to put it into
I'm running your Pythonfilter on one of our front-ends. It's working
about 0.5h and haven't seen any issues :)
pythonfilter=> select count(*) from greylist_notpassed;
pythonfilter=> select count(*) from greylist_passed;