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If you have a lot of patterns and a lot of incoming mail, your CPU spends a lot of time zipping down and up the email addresses.
Another point re the lack of anchoring: there's no tail anchor, either.
I've taken out the rblsmtp entries in my startup script; this is what it looked like prior to doing so...
ADDRESS=".31" CONCURRENCY="75" DAEMON="qmail-smtpd" PORT="25" QMAILUID="19001" QMAILGID="19000" RBLSERVER1="-r blackholes.mail-abuse.org" RBLSERVER2="-r dialups.mail-abuse.org" RBLSERVER3="-r relays.mail-abuse.org" TCPRULESDIR="/etc" TCPRULESFILE="cdb" exec softlimit -m 2000000 \ tcpserver -v -h -r -p -x $TCPRULESDIR/$TCPRULESFILE -c $CONCURRENCY \ -u $QMAILUID -g $QMAILGID \ $ADDRESS $PORT $LOGDIR \ rblsmtpd $RBLSERVER1 $RBLSERVER2 $RBLSERVER3 \ $DAEMON 2 is not in the qregex patch or anywhere in stock qmail-smtpd.