Multiple confusions on my part.
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Fri Sep 26 15:52:27 IST 2008
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Julian Field wrote:
> Steve Campbell wrote:
>> I've started seeing multiple timeouts with Spamassassin, and posted
>> earlier about this. I got some good advice, and tried running some of
>> the recommendations.
>> Some of the problems I'm seeing :
>> When I run MailScanner --debug --debug-sa
>> I get some of the following errors that I can't figure out
>> 08:59:37  dbg: async: starting: DNSBL-TXT,
>> p.net. (timeout 15.0s, min 3.0s)
>> 08:59:37  dbg: async: starting: DNSBL-A,
>> l.ahbl.org. (timeout 15.0s, min 3.0s)
>> I can't seem to find where to turn these off or zero the score.
> In /etc/MailScanner/spamassassin.prefs.conf, add these lines
> score RCVD_IN_BL_SPAMCOP_NET 0.0
> score DNS_FROM_AHBL_RHSBL 0.0
>> I also see in the output the following:
>> 08:59:39 /usr/local/bin/clamscan: unrecognized option
>> 08:59:39 ERROR: Unknown option passed.
>> 08:59:39 ERROR: Can't parse the command line
>> I have commented out the relevant lines in
>> /usr/lib/MailScanner/clamav-wrapper but still get the errors as
>> though they are still there.
> You need the latest beta to work with ClamAV 0.94. You would be far
> better off upgrading to using clamd instead, it is a *whole* lot
> faster. But be sure to configure clamd to talk to freshclam properly,
> or else clamd will never know it needs to re-read its virus
> signatures. That's all in clamd.conf.
>> Also, when I run "/etc/rc.d/init.d/MailScanner reload", I get the
>> following warning/error
>> Reloading MailScanner workers:
>> MailScanner: kill -2544: No such process
>> [ OK ]
>> When I run "/etc/rc.d/init.d/MailScanner status", I get the following
>> Checking MailScanner daemons:
>> MailScanner: [ OK ]
>> incoming sendmail: head: /var/run/sendmail.in.pid: No such
>> file or directory
> That should have been created by "service MailScanner start" (or
> "/etc/rc.d/init.d/MailScanner start"). You're quite right, it isn't.
> sendmail should have created it. I'll tweak the init.d script so that
> it doesn't care. This is a pretty harmless error, even so. Just ignore
> it for now.
>> outgoing sendmail: [ OK ]
>> There is indeed no such file, but there is a sm-client.pid.
>> Plenty of problems, and I'm sure these old eyes just aren't seeing
>> the fix.
>> Any help would be greatfully appreciated.
>> Steve Campbell
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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