ssilva at sgvwater.com
Wed Nov 15 17:04:05 GMT 2006
Martin Hepworth spake the following on 11/15/2006 8:17 AM:
> David Lee wrote:
>> On Wed, 15 Nov 2006, Martin Hepworth wrote:
>>> Erik van der Leun wrote:
>>>> On several servers, PYZOR seems to work every now and then...
>>>> I can't seem to find a reason why... no errormessages when checking
>>>> To be honest, I don't have much of a clue...
>>>> What would be a good way of testing whether the online request gets a
>>>> proper answer?
>>>> # spamassassin --lint -D 2>&1 | grep -i pyzor
>>>>  dbg: config: read file /usr/share/spamassassin/25_pyzor.cf
>>>>  dbg: plugin: loading Mail::SpamAssassin::Plugin::Pyzor from
>>>>  dbg: pyzor: network tests on, attempting Pyzor
>>>>  dbg: plugin: registered
>>>>  dbg: plugin: registering glue method for check_pyzor
>>>>  dbg: pyzor: pyzor is available: /usr/bin/pyzor
>>>>  dbg: pyzor: opening pipe: /usr/bin/pyzor check <
>>>>  dbg: pyzor: killed stale helper 
>>>>  dbg: pyzor:  terminated: exit=0x000f
>>>>  dbg: pyzor: check timed out after 5 seconds
>>> I'd echo what Steve S just said. remove it from your configs.
>> But pyzor is a useful item in the spam/ham discrimination battle, and
>> to keep if reasonably possible.
>> A few weeks ago there was a thread here on the MailScanner list which
>> suggested that the default pyzor server was in some sort of long-term
>> trouble, but that someone else was maintaining another pyzor server.
>> So before removing pyzor, it might be worth trying that alternative
>> server. You probably have a ".pyzor" directory (possible in root's home
>> directory) containing a file "servers", itself containing the old IP:port
>> as "184.108.40.206:24441". The new one seems to be "220.127.116.11:24441".
>> (The issue of local trust of, and reliance upon, such remote services
>> (whether pyzor, Razor, DCC, the various RBLs etc.) is another matter...)
> cool, I'll that a go....
I just have the following in cron.daily;
echo 18.104.22.168:24441 >>/.pyzor/servers
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