peter at UCGBOOK.COM
Thu Jan 8 21:19:37 GMT 2004
The files that ends in a number are lock files from SA processes using
the Bayes database, the number is the process id.
Can you do "spamassassin -D -t < somespammail"? You have a sample in the
SA distribution you can use for testing, I think it's called sample-spam
or something. Do you get the same errors then?
In that case try "sa-learn --rebuild", if that doesn't work I think you
have to delete the Bayes files to let it start from scratch.
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Jody Cleveland wrote:
> I've got 486 items in there. Most of them look similar to
> I noticed I was running it as my local user. So, I restarted it as root.
> I haven't gotten any errors, but it's been going for over 2 hours now.
> Is this normal?
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