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From: Stefan Suurmeijer
Date: 2006-02-03 06:28:26 -0500
Subject: milter-spamc fails with cmd read returned 0

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Hi list,

We've been using milter-spamc for a while now here, recently bought
the newest version. However, I'm having trouble getting it to work on
a test system. As soon as it's checked the acces DB, it fails with an
error (see included logging below). I frankly don't have a clue as to
why. Even with full logging and debugging it doesn't say much
The test system is a SuSE linux 10.0 machine (with gcc 4.02) with
sendmail 8.13.5. Berkley DB 4.3.27

Anyone have any clues?

TIA
Stefan



Feb  2 22:04:31 mentat1 milter-spamc[7386]: checking
"/etc/mail/access.db" for "milter-spamc-to:stefan@mentat1.rug.nl"
Feb  2 22:04:31 mentat1 milter-spamc[7386]: checking
"/etc/mail/access.db" for "milter-spamc-to:mentat1.rug.nl"
Feb  2 22:04:31 mentat1 milter-spamc[7386]: checking
"/etc/mail/access.db" for "milter-spamc-to:rug.nl"
Feb  2 22:04:31 mentat1 milter-spamc[7386]: access DB
key="milter-spamc-to:rug.nl" value="REJECT"
Feb  2 22:04:31 mentat1 sendmail[7549]: k12L4KOd007549:
milter_read(milter-spamc): cmd read returned 0, expecting 5
Feb  2 22:04:31 mentat1 sendmail[7549]: k12L4KOd007549: Milter
(milter-spamc): to error state
Feb  2 22:04:31 mentat1 sendmail[7549]: k12L4KOd007549: --- 250 2.1.5
<stefan@mentat1.raptorweb.nl>... Recipient ok
Feb  2 22:04:31 mentat1 sendmail[7549]: k12L4KOd007549: <-- DATA





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Stefan Suurmeijer
University of Groningen, Rekencentrum
P.O. Box 11044, NL-9700 AV Groningen, The Netherlands
tel: (+31) 50 363 9215  -  fax: (+31) 50 363 3406
E-mail: S.M.Suurmeijer@rug.nl
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