Erik van der Leun
evanderleun at hal9000.nl
Wed May 3 20:30:47 IST 2006
Alas... this change didn't make any difference.
hal9000 mqueue # MailScanner --debug
In Debugging mode, not forking...
Ignore errors about failing to find EOCD signature
Undefined subroutine &Filesys::DF::df called at
/usr/lib/MailScanner/MailScanner/Message.pm line 1663.
hal9000 mqueue #
this is copied from the CPAN interface (yet, I did install the perl
module using Gentoo's Portage, which
I prefer to do)
DESCRIPTION Disk free based on Filesys::Statvfs
CPAN_USERID IGUTHRIE (Ian Guthrie <IGuthrie at aol.com>)
DSLI_STATUS Rdpr (released,developer,perl,references+ties)
MANPAGE Filesys::DiskSpace - Perl df
I'm not overly familiar with perl...
could anybody give me tips on how to debug this problem?
Julian Field wrote:
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>Please can you try changing line 1663 of
>/usr/lib/MailScanner/MailScanner/Message.pm. Change it to say
> my $df = Filesys::DF::df($dir, 1024);
>and let me know if this fixes it. If it does I'll put out another
>release before tomorrow morning.
>Erik van der Leun wrote:
>>Outgoing mail does not appear to have a problem, logically...
>>I restarted MailScanner to be able to send the mail, and retried
>>mode while MailScanner was still on Air:
>>In Debugging mode, not forking...
>>Ignore errors about failing to find EOCD signature
>>Undefined subroutine &MailScanner::Message::df called at
>>/usr/lib/MailScanner/MailScanner/Message.pm line 1663.
>>This was the only output I got... Might be it though...
>>I'm downgrading again for now, as I do need mailflow :)
>>On Mon, 1 May 2006, Julian Field wrote:
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>>>In which case stop MailScanner, do "MailScanner --debug" and send us the
>>>Erik van der Leun wrote:
>>>>I've already sent a (mild) warming for gentoo users on the latest
>>>>release of MailScanner (the filename of Df.pm will be different if you
>>>>use portage to install this perl module), but I didn't even get my
>>>>to work properly after the upgrade.
>>>>Mail was checked for spam, I got a message the Virusscanning got
>>>>the first message after that, was the number of messages found in the
>>>>and it kept on looping like this.
>>>>Mail was accepted, but not delivered...
>>>>I didn't take a lot time to investigate as I simply don't have it
>>>>at the moment. I downgraded and the problem was solved.
>>>>Did anybody have similar experiences?
>>>>Erik van der Leun
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>>>believed to be clean.
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