SQLite and postfix...
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Thu Feb 2 09:58:57 GMT 2006
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On 2 Feb 2006, at 09:37, Glenn Steen wrote:
> On 02/02/06, Julian Field <MailScanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:
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>> On 1 Feb 2006, at 21:46, Glenn Steen wrote:
>>> Come to think of it, I might have done a "MailScanner --lint" before
>>> upgrading the MailScanner.conf file... It complained about the
>>> spurious spam.assassin.prefs.conf line, IIRC... But it should still
>>> have switched into "postfix" user, right? Or did that prevent it
>>> using it, then perform the spam cache query ... which then
>>> created the
>>> bum file?
>>> I'll try retrace my steps tomorrow and see what gives.
>> You are exactly right.
>> I guess I should move the "change user" code a bit.
>> 4.50.14-2 produces a proper error message in this situation now, it
>> doesn't just die.
> Good, both that it's found and that it's handled. Thank you. (I'm
> having yet another hectic day, so... really would have been hard
> pressed for time to try get you more info:-)
> Regarding moving the root cause, one could of course just "solve" it
> in documentation. But it's probably better to not have to resort to
4.50.15 handles it better, if you are running "--lint" it changes
user to "postfix" before trying to use the SpamAssassin cache db. So
now you shouldn't get any permissions problems.
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