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Re: diffrent behaviour of mailq, and some other stuff
On Thu, 11 Nov 1999, Matti Aarnio wrote:
> 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.
As I recall, way back when, the scheduler (and mailq) had an option to use a
UNIX domain socket instead. Is that no longer an option?
It seems like it would solve this guy's problem because the chrooted system
would (could) have a different UNIX domain socket...