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Re: mail stuck in transport queue
May be you have some special delivery setup for utoronto.ca,
and it is not working or even it is not there any longer.
(May be you are upgrading ?)
Matti Aarnio wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 18, 2003 at 12:05:56PM -0400, Francis Lau wrote:
>>For some reason, my zmailer (version 2.99.55) can't send mail to email
>>addresses in the form of firstname.lastname@example.org. The mail gets stuck in the
>>transport queue when zmailer tries to send it:
> Unless "mailq -Q" lists utoronto.ca as "too busy", or some such,
> you may get some additional clues from scheduler's log-file.
> "tries=0" is -- sort of give-away, there is definite problem, but what ?
> Things may go "boom", e.g. the transport agent drops a core for some
> reason (it has happened in the past, can't say it won't happen in the
> future), and when that happens, internal state becomes rather blurred.
> The "tries" counter gets incremented only when the transport agent
> reports "defer" (or "retryat") condition, "ok*" and "error*" conditions
> are rather definite removals from the queue.
>>[root@setup5 zmailer-2.99.55]# mailq
>> X/208465-2902: (retry in 29s, expires in 2d23h, tries=0)
>>I am using the default scheduler.conf.
>>Initially, I thought it was a problem with smtp/*, but when I try to send
>>a message to email@example.com it is fine.
>>Any ideas would be helpful.
> Check $MAILLOG/scheduler and if the transport agents are dropping
> core. If the core-files are of name "core", the "mailq -ss" will
> report them. (Latter systems have begun to make "core.xyz.123",
> perhaps I should add a way to detect those, too.) For cores to
> drop, "ulimit -c unlimited" is possibly necessary.
>>Thanks a lot,
Carlos G Mendioroz <firstname.lastname@example.org> LW7 EQI Argentina
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