dying processes

Craig Bates c.bates at COMNET.CO.NZ
Thu Jan 16 22:31:30 GMT 2003

Hi Julian,

f-prot installs itself to /usr/local/f-prot, that is ok.  maillog is full of 
timeouts, this redhat box is rather underpowered...   but that is not the 
problem.  it takes a few hours before processes start dying.   I have 
disabled razor and am going to see if that makes any difference.



On Friday 17 January 2003 10:42, you wrote:
> At 20:36 16/01/2003, you wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >I decided to install MailScanner on RedHat80 as I was having problems with
> >MailScanner processes dying on FreeBSD.  I am now having exactly the same
> >problem with RedHat80  This proves that the problem is independent of OS,
> >sendmail version / compilation and perl version.
> >
> >I find it very strage that nobody else seems to have this problem and I
> > have it on 3 boxes!
> >
> >Is there anybody on this list that has MailScanner working with
> >spamassassin-2.43-3.i386.rpm, razor-agents-2.22.tar.gz, fp-linux-sb.rpm
> >(f-prot)?   One of these must be causing the problem as I'm sure
> > MailScanner and RedHat8.0 is a very common installation that works!
> What does your /var/log/maillog sat about it? And where does the RPM of
> F-Prot install itself? The /usr/lib/MailScanner/f-prot* files assume
> /usr/local/f-prot at the moment.

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