I'm setting up a new virtual server with 1 GB of RAM (+1 GB dynamic RAM) and thought, this is enough to run lookup-domain daemon and let MySQL be configured for a big system (1 GB). However, I ended up with about 850 MB of used RAM immediately after completing Virtualmin's post installation wizard. Which is - from my point of view - definitely too much.
So I had a look at the memory consuming processes and found lookup-domain daemon on third place. After looking a bit through the forum I tried to disable this daemon by
1. stopping the daemon and preventing it from being started at boot-up ("Webmin" -> "System" -> "Bootup and Shutdown") and
2. setting "Virtualmin" -> "System Settings" -> "Virtualmin Configuration" -> "Lookup domain for incoming email" to "One at a time".
Following the last step Virtualmin suggests re-checking the configuration. Unfortunately, afterwards the lookup-domain-d was running again.
Therefore, I started the post-installation wizard again, only - surprise, surprise - to found the respective option being already disabled.
Am I missing something or is there a bug?
OS: Debian 6
Webmin version: 1.6
Virtualmin version: 3.96.gpl