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From: Larry A Weidig
Date: 2006-02-15 12:05:35 -0500
Subject: Re: 64bit support milter-limit

Removal...........: milters-request@milter.info?subject=remove
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	Yes, the user/group does have access to all of the files listed.
We have this exact same setup running on our second mail server with the
only difference being one is 64bit and the other is x86.  I have
verified all of the permissions and the user/group we are using does
have correct permissions on all of the files.  Our milter-limit is
located in /usr/local/sbin is the only difference.  
	I did see the faq about the other messages and was not really
questioning them, but just added the entire startup log messages for
completeness.
	Additionally after running this on the x86 box for almost a day
we see a number of other suspect messages in the logs which I am hoping
you might be able to offer some insight into:

Lots of these:
==============
- Feb 15 10:55:00 sendmail[26531]: k1FGNhPR026531: Milter
(milter-limit): write(Q) returned -1, expected 5: Broken pipe
Feb 15 10:55:00 sendmail[26531]: k1FGNhPR026531: Milter (milter-limit):
to error state  

Fewer of these:
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- Feb 15 10:08:00 sendmail[27411]: k1FG7jht027411: Milter
(milter-limit): timeout before data read
Feb 15 10:08:07 sendmail[27411]: k1FG7jht027411: Milter (milter-limit):
to error state

- Feb 15 08:24:29 milter-limit[9756]: filterClose(): internal error,
null workspace

- Feb 15 08:22:18 milter-limit[9756]: milter-limit: thread_create()
failed: 12, try again


	Thanks for all of the assistance!
 

-----Original Message-----
From: milters-bounce@milter.info [mailto:milters-bounce@milter.info] On
Behalf Of Anthony Howe
Sent: Wednesday, February 15, 2006 1:06 AM
To: milters@milter.info
Subject: [milters] Re: 64bit support milter-limit

Removal...........: milters-request@milter.info?subject=remove
More information..: http://www.milter.info/#Support
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Larry A Weidig wrote:
> 	./configure --enable-run-user=daemon --enable-run-group=daemon 

Does this user/group have read access for

	/etc/mail
	/etc/mail/sendmail.cf
	/etc/mail/access.db

> Feb 14 16:41:52  sendmail[29176]: k1EMfqdv029176: Milter
(milter-limit):
> local socket name /var/run/milter/milter-limit.socket unsafe
> Feb 14 16:41:52  sendmail[29176]: k1EMfqdv029176: Milter
(milter-limit):
> to error state
> Feb 14 16:41:55  milter-limit[29208]: access database support disabled

While its a compile time option to change user/group ids, its not really

supported. Please read the Notes section of the documentation concerning

file permissions and ownership. Essentially where milter:milter is used 
you need to specify your user/group.

> Feb 14 16:41:55  milter-limit[29208]: milter-limit: smfi_register:
> version mismatch application: 4 != milter: 2
> Feb 14 16:41:55  milter-limit[29208]: milter-limit: smfi_register:
> version mismatch application: 3 != milter: 2

See FAQ about these warnings.

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