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Re: diffrent behaviour of mailq, and some other stuff
On Thu, Nov 11, 1999 at 05:58:33PM -0000, Tomasz Bojakowski wrote:
> After successful (at least) upgrading zmailer. I wanted to check my mailq...
> But when I've typed "mailq" command, I haven't recived anything (in previous
> version there was at least sth. like "Mailque is empty".
> Is this a bug or just normla behaviour ???
It should work, but your setup sounds rather strange.
Lately I have been trying to create interactive command channel
thru the mailq port, and that may, of course, have had some
> I have to say that I've got quite unusuall configuration couse I'm running one
> chroot'ed enviroment (shell), and to allow that shell users send mail, I had
> to run anothe router and scheduler process with some options.
> [root@devil|/var/log/mail]# ps -ax | grep Matrix
> 273 ?? Ss 0:00.07 scheduler -l /var/log/mail/scheduler.perflog -S -H
> -P /Matrix/var/spool/postoffice -L /var/log/mail/scheduler.chroot
> 16494 ?? Ss 0:00.01 router -dkn 1 -L /var/log/mail/router.chroot -P
> So I had to declare another postoffice directory... (router and scheduler for
> standart postoffice directory is alos working at a same time couse I've
> alos have some non-chrooted shell users [trusted]...)
> I noticed that this performs some strange log outputs for scheduler and mailq
> (In previous version of zmailer) when I was typing mailq it was checing it
> correctly, but in scheduler.chroot log I was recinving error about "bind:
> mailq port already in use" or sth. like that (now I've linked that log to
> /dev/null couse I didn't want to recive thousend of thiss errors, and mailq
> was woring fine).
That sounds like you have *two* schedulers running.
That is likely also why 'mailq' yields strange results.
... ah, so you say above.
ZMailer doesn't like to run multiple instances of the scheduler.
Main "problem" is that it desires to bind the TCP/174 port with
a wild-card host address. Thus starting two processes causes
another one to complain about the situation.
> So might it be couse by my conf,. (I mean why does mailq not "say" "Mailq is
> empty", when it is empty... it just does nothing now)
> And another thing...
> Few months ago I was trying to install zmailer on my sparc station (with
> Solaris 2.6), It have compiled fine, however sth. gone wrong, and when it had
> turned on "PARAM policydb btree /usr/local/zmailer/db/smtp-policy" in
> smtpserver.con it wasn't woking (error about policy datapbes. can't remember
> it exactly) Howerver when I've turned it off it was working... but wasn't
> sending any mails... and didn't deliver any mails to mailboxes after
> reciving them...
Likely 'btree' is something your system doesn't have.
What is your zmailer.conf (a.k.a. ZENV) variable DBTYPE ?
That one you should use also at smtpserver.conf file.
> I wonder if it was coused (the problem with smtpolicy.db) by diffrent databes
> format (couse on solaris it's sth with .dir and .pak as I remember) or by sth.
> else ? And why it didn't deliverd any messages.
> Ok, last thing...
> [root@devil|/usr/local/src/zmailer]# make install
> make: don't know how to make smtpserver.auth. Stop
> *** Error code 2
Oops. Wrong thing at proto/Makefile.in PMAILSHARE=
variable. Should have been 'scheduler.auth', not
> (I've used make install-bin, but I wonder why did I recived an error during
> this one.)
> I thing that's all...
> Tomasz Bojakowski
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