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From: Ismael Perin
Date: 2005-02-17 15:28:04 -0500
Subject: Milter not run

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Hi

This script run OK. But the milter-sender does not start.
Its only show the configuration file and exit.

And the logs (/var/log/maillog) not register nothing.
Only:

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Feb 17 17:22:28 pinky sendmail[2602]: j1HJMS3a002602: Milter 
(milter-sender): to error state
Feb 17 17:23:01 pinky sendmail[2632]: j1HJN1sd002632: Milter 
(milter-sender): local socket name /var/lib/milter-sender/socket unsafe
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What I do?

Thanks, Ismael Perin.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mike Kercher" <mike@CamaroSS.net>
To: <milters@milter.info>
Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2005 3:00 PM
Subject: [milters] Re: Errors


> Removal...........: milters-request@milter.info?subject=remove
> More information..: http://www.milter.info/#Support
> --------------------------------------------------------
>
> Ismael Perin wrote:
>> Removal...........: milters-request@milter.info?subject=remove
>> More information..: http://www.milter.info/#Support
>> --------------------------------------------------------
>>
>> Good Morning
>>
>> 1) I has downloaded milter-sender 0.62 and this only show the
>> configuration file and not start. What I do?
>>
>> 2) This error is occurred too:
>>
>> [root@x dir]# service milter-sender start
>> /etc/init.d/milter-sender: line 48: unalias: announce: not found
>> /etc/init.d/milter-sender: line 58: unalias: pass: not found
>> /etc/init.d/milter-sender: line 71: unalias: fail: not found
>> /etc/init.d/milter-sender: line 84: unalias: getpid: not found
>> /etc/init.d/milter-sender: line 112: unalias: start: not found
>> /etc/init.d/milter-sender: line 128: syntax error near unexpected
>> token `"Starting $NAME"' /etc/init.d/milter-sender: line 128: `
>> announce("Starting $NAME")'
>>
>> Thanks, Ismael Perin.
>
> Try this as your init-script:
>
> #!/bin/sh
> #
> # milter-sender.sh.  Generated from milter-sender.sh.in by configure.
> #
> # Copyright 2002, 2004 by Anthony Howe. All rights reserved.
> #
> # chkconfig: 345 87 12
> # description: Validate the sender address for invalid characters.
> #              If a DNS server is specified, then check their MX
> #              accepts a connection, the <> address, and their
> #              email address.
> #
>
> # REQUIRE: syslogd
> # BEFORE:  mail
> # KEYWORD: FreeBSD NetBSD
>
> prefix="/usr/local"
> exec_prefix="${prefix}"
> PROGRAM="${exec_prefix}/sbin/milter-sender"
> #OPTIONS="unix:/var/state/milter-sender/socket"
> STATE_DIR="/var/state/milter-sender"
>
> FG_RED='\033[1;31m'
> FG_GREEN='\033[1;32m'
> FG_WHITE='\033[0;37m'
> FG_BLACK='\033[0;30m'
> FG_NORMAL=${FG_WHITE}
>
> ##########################################################################
> #       Nothing to be configured below this point.
> ##########################################################################
>
> # Program present?
> if [ ! -f "$PROGRAM" ]; then
>        echo "$PROGRAM" not found.
>        exit 0;
> fi
>
> if [ ! -d $STATE_DIR ]; then
>        echo $STATE_DIR not found.
>        exit 0;
> fi
>
> os=`uname -s`
>
> getpid()
> {
>        sleep 1
>        case $os in
>        Linux*)
>                NAME=`basename $1`
> ps acxj | grep "$NAME" | sed -n -e '/^  *1 /{
> s/^ *[^ ][^ ]*  *\([0-9][0-9]*\).*/\1/
> p
> }'
>                ;;
>        SunOS)
> ps -ef | grep "$1" | sed -n -e '/^ *[^ ][^ ]*  *[0-9][0-9]*  *1 /{
> s/^ *[^ ][^ ]*  *\([0-9][0-9]*\).*/\1/
> p
> }'
>                ;;
>        *BSD*)
>                NAME=`basename $1`
> ps -acxj | grep "$NAME" | sed -n -e '/^ *[^ ][^ ]*  *[0-9][0-9]*  *1 /{
> s/^ *[^ ][^ ]*  *\([0-9][0-9]*\).*/\1/
> p
> }'
>                ;;
>        esac
> }
>
> start()
> {
>        if [ -s "$STATE_DIR/mutex" ]; then
>                case $os in
>                Linux*)
>                        ipcrm sem `cat $STATE_DIR/mutex`
>                        ;;
>                *BSD*|SunOS)
>                        ipcrm -s `cat $STATE_DIR/mutex`
>                        ;;
>                esac
>        fi
>        rm -f $STATE_DIR/mutex
>
>        NAME=`basename "$PROGRAM"`
>        printf "Starting %s" $NAME
>
>        pid=`getpid "$PROGRAM"`
>        if [ X"$pid" != X ]; then
>                printf '\r\033[71C['${FG_RED}'FAILED'${FG_NORMAL}']\n'
>                return
>        fi
>
>        # Make sure the old socket has been removed, especially for 
> FreeBSD.
>        rm -f ${STATE_DIR}/socket
>
>        # Start the program in the background from a sub-shell
>        # so that process will appear in the ps output immediately.
>        sh -c "$PROGRAM $OPTIONS &"
>
>        pid=`getpid "$PROGRAM"`
>        if [ X"$pid" = X ]; then
>                printf '\r\033[71C['${FG_RED}'FAILED'${FG_NORMAL}']\n'
>                return
>        fi
>
>        printf '\r\033[71C['${FG_GREEN}'  OK  '${FG_NORMAL}']\n'
> }
>
> stop()
> {
>        NAME=`basename "$PROGRAM"`
>        printf "Stopping %s" $NAME
>
>        pid=`getpid "$PROGRAM"`
>        if [ X"$pid" != X ]; then
>                # The libmilter documentation specifies that only
>                # uncatchable signals can kill the milter, so no
>                # point in trying a clean shutdown. HUP, TERM, and
>                # INT are slow, in that they wait for connections
>                # to complete or for the next request by Sendmail.
>                kill -QUIT $pid
>
>                pid=`getpid "$PROGRAM"`
>                if [ X"$pid" != X ]; then
>                        kill -KILL $pid
>
>                        pid=`getpid "$PROGRAM"`
>                        if [ X"$pid" != X ]; then
>                                printf
> '\r\033[71C['${FG_RED}'FAILED'${FG_NORMAL}']\n'
>                                return
>                        fi
>
>                        if [ -s "$STATE_DIR/mutex" ]; then
>                                case $os in
>                                Linux*)
>                                        ipcrm sem `cat $STATE_DIR/mutex`
>                                        ;;
>                                *BSD*|SunOS)
>                                        ipcrm -s `cat $STATE_DIR/mutex`
>                                        ;;
>                                esac
>                        fi
>
>                        rm -f $STATE_DIR/mutex
>                fi
>        fi
>
>        printf '\r\033[71C['${FG_GREEN}'  OK  '${FG_NORMAL}']\n'
> }
>
> case "$1" in
> reset)
>        if [ -s "$STATE_DIR/mutex" ]; then
>                case $os in
>                Linux*)
>                        ipcrm sem `cat $STATE_DIR/mutex`
>                        ;;
>                *BSD*|SunOS)
>                        ipcrm -s `cat $STATE_DIR/mutex`
>                        ;;
>                esac
>        fi
>
>        rm -f $STATE_DIR/mutex
>        ;;
> restart)
>        stop
>        start
>        ;;
> start)
>        start
>        ;;
> stop)
>        stop
>        ;;
> status)
>        pid=`getpid "$PROGRAM"`
>        if [ X"$pid" != X ]; then
>                printf '\r\033[72C['${FG_GREEN}${pid}${FG_NORMAL}']\n'
>        else
>                printf '\r\033[70C['${FG_RED}'STOPPED'${FG_NORMAL}']\n'
>        fi
>        ;;
> *)
>        printf 'Usage: %s {start|stop|reset|restart|status}\n' $0
>        exit 1
> esac
>
> exit $?
> 


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