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[SOLVED] Re: Strange policydb corruption
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- Subject: [SOLVED] Re: Strange policydb corruption
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ambrose LI)
- Date: Thu, 20 May 2004 23:15:26 GMT
- Distribution: local
- Newsgroups: local.mailgate.zmailer
- Organization: somewhere in Scarborough, Canada running C News CR.G and some assorted hacks for NNTP (including a hacked nntpxmit derived from NNTP 1.5.12)
- Original-Recipient: rfc822;email@example.com
- References: <20040520165928.A32093@ada.dhs.org>
- Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org
after 2 hours of head scratching, I have found the cause of
The problem is, I am using multi-homing, and have not explicitly
specified smtpserver options for one of the smtpserver instances.
After I have created this dot-file (in the zmailer/smtpserver.conf
directory), the problem is gone.
I have no clue why it did not require this file before, but now
decide that this file is required; in any case, the warning message
(policy database problem) is misleading because it's not a problem
in the policy database, but a missing dot-file.
In article <20040520165928.A32093@ada.dhs.org>,
Ambrose Li <email@example.com> wrote:
>I have a ZMailer (2.99.56) that has been running fine suddenly
>complaining that all the local hosts to be in its reject-IP list.
>I looked at the policy database and can't see anything obviously
>wrong; deleting the .db files and regenerating them didn't help.
>Does anyone have some idea how to find out what the problem is?
>Thanks very much in advance.
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Ambrose LI Cheuk-Wing <email@example.com>
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