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Thu Dec 3 10:46:40 GMT 2009
On 03/12/2009 10:09, Götz Reinicke - IT-Koordinator wrote:
> Julian Field schrieb:
>> On 03/12/2009 08:11, Götz Reinicke - IT-Koordinator wrote:
>>> I noticed, that I do have the /etc/MailScanner/conf.d/README File and
>>> Mailscanner tries to pare or read it ...
>> MailScanner processes all files in conf.d by mistake. That's why I
>> carefully added comment characters at the start of each line in the
>> README file, specifically so that it wouldn't cause any harm.
> Thats what I thought :-), but wouldn't it be "better" to parse only e.g.
> ".conf" Files?
No, I wanted to parse them regardless of what you felt like naming them.
> You say "by mistake" - are there any parsing-changes in the next MS?
Sorry, I meant "by design" and not "by mistake" ! :(
Typing too fast too early in the morning...
> E.g. sometimes I do have a working config for a system and if I change
> multiple parameters for testing, I just copy the working config to an
> other name (.conf.working), so I can switch back very fast to the
> working config...
cp -r conf.d conf.d.working
should do the job nicely for you.
Julian Field MEng CITP CEng
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