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Re: mailq on solaris 8
I found where the problem is, but I don't quite understand it. Solaris 8 has
getaddrinfo...I did some debugging and found that gettaddrinfo was returning
a 3 (EAI_BADFLAGS). I then found that mailq.c was including:
#if defined(HAVE_SOCKET) && (defined(HAVE_RESOLVER) || defined(HAVE_YP))
# include "netdb6.h"
#endif /* HAVE_SOCKET */
#define AI_CANONNAME 0x0010 /* return canonical version of host */
And then netdb6.h defines:
#define AI_CANONNAME 2 /* Request for canonical name. */
I then took the define of AI_CANONNAME from netdb.h and put in in the
mailq.c code right before you initialize the req and ai structures around
line 315, recompiled and:
mail# mailq -sv
0 entries in router queue: idle
0 messages in transport queue: idle
Transport queue is empty -- or scheduler uses -Q -mode
What do you make of this?
On Thu, Feb 01, 2001 at 12:28:25PM +0200, Matti Aarnio wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 31, 2001 at 08:46:27PM -0400, Trent MacDougall wrote:
> > I just built the latest zmailer from CVS on a Solaris 8 box and get the
> > following:
> > mail$ mailq -sv
> > mailq: cannot find address of localhost
> > mail$ uname -a
> > SunOS mail 5.8 Generic_108528-05 sun4u sparc SUNW,UltraSPARC-IIi-Engine
> > mail$
> Now if you are able to re-run 'make' in the scheduler/ directory
> so that you at first remove the 'mailq' binary, you should see
> linkage operation, and its tail has these libraries, possibly
> in this order:
> -lresolv -lnsl -lsocket -lxnet
> Unfortunately I have no clue as to what Sol8 does, 2.5 (I think)
> did introduce the -lxnet, which is nice call interface to the
> socket syscalls, but usage of -lresolv needs also -lnsl and
> -lsocket so that it won't barf mysteriously.
> Hmm... now '-lresolv -lxnet' pair works just fine at that machine.
> Very weird... Ah, if it tries now do (and finds!) object named
> in the /etc/hosts, it gets a SIGSEGV. Those "-lnsl -lsocket"
> must be in there for the thing to work reliably at Sol 2.6.
> (nsswitch.conf says: "hosts: files dns")
> The supplied gethostbyname() call resolves "localhost" internally.
> Solaris 8 gethostbyname() does things differently, no doubt...
> Oh yes, you *do* have 'localhost' at '/etc/hosts' file ??
> > I have built zmailer with gcc 2.95.2 and the following config:
> > CPPFLAGS="-I/opt/BerkeleyDB/include -L/opt/BerkeleyDB/lib" CC=gcc
> > ./configure --prefix=/opt/zmailer --with-mailvar=/var/zmailer
> > --with-postoffice=/var/zmailer/postoffice --with-mailbox=/var/mail
> > --with-logdir=/var/zmailer/log --with-zmailer-conf=/etc/zmailer.conf
> > --mandir=/opt/zmailer/man --libdir=/opt/zmailer/lib
> > --includedir=/opt/zmailer/include --with-bundled-libresolv
> > --with-openssl-prefix=/opt/ssl
> > Anyone seen this before?
> > --
> > Trent MacDougall @ InfoInterActive Inc.
> > Network Administrator @ 902-832-2651
> > Trent.MacDougall@InfoInterActive.Com
> /Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Trent MacDougall @ InfoInterActive Inc.
Network Administrator @ 902-832-2651