SpamAssassin 2.50 Problems
mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Sun Feb 23 18:18:06 GMT 2003
At 17:59 23/02/2003, you wrote:
>On Sun, 23 Feb 2003, Julian Field wrote:
> > At 17:09 23/02/2003, you wrote:
> > >Julian Field wrote:
> > >>Another suggestion from the SAtalk list is to place this in your
> > >>spam.assassin.prefs.conf
> > >>
> > >>score HABEAS_HIL 0
> > >>
> > >>as this is a new RBL they are using (I believe) and it seems to be timing
> > >>out a lot.
> > >
> > >I tried this, but SA 2.50 keeps timing out, where 2.44 doesn't.
> > What happens if you archive a bit of mail to a text file (not raw queue
> > files), and then use "spamassassin -t < your-message-file" to see what
> > This is clearly very OS-dependent or location-dependent :-(
> > --
> > Julian Field
>Using 2.50 and running "spamassassin -t < sample-spam.txt > spam" works
>perfectly. In fact, I've turned off MailScanner calling spamassassin
>directly and started calling it via procmail. That also works perfectly.
>The 100% CPU utilization only occurs when I call spamassassin from within
>MailScanner. MailScanner sits there waiting and then eventually kills
>off the spamassassin process.
>It looks to me that the spamassassin 2.50 api is broken. 2.44 works
>perfectly with no changes to MailScanner.
Can you try something for me. Set "Max Children = 1" then restart MailScanner.
Does this make a difference? (I'm looking for file locking problems)
Also, cd /root/.spamassassin && fuser *
with 1 child and with several.
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