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Re: truble: hardcoded zenvironment file name!
On Thu, Jul 11, 2002 at 02:19:19PM +0400, Eugene Crosser wrote:
> I am planning to run two copies of Zmailer on each of my farm machines,
> each copy having different policy, different routing, different IP
> addresses for both incoming and outgoing connections. So, ideally I
> would like to different sets of config/postoffice/log directories
> defined in two different zmailer.conf files. Then I would be able to
> . /path/to/zmailer.conf.1 $MAILBIN/zmailer
> . /path/to/zmailer.conf.2 $MAILBIN/zmailer
> but I found that in libc/getzenv.c, there is no way to read different
> files. The file name is defined on the ./configure stage and is
> hardcoded in the resulting binaries.
> So, is it OK if I change getzenv to first try to open(getenv("ZCONFIG"))
> and then fallback to hardcoded path? Possible problems? Other advice?
> Eugene Crosser, head of Internet Applications section, +7 501 787 1000
> ROL, Teleross, Golden Telecom, http://user.rol.ru/~crosser/
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