From: Angelo Iannello
Date: 2006-09-05 14:05:45 -0400
Subject: Re: milter-length configuration
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I have followed your councils but they are not successful to make to leave
The process dont log now too.
this is my syslog.conf:
and this is my milter-length.cf:
I have given privileges on process and directory like councils on the your
site, but without succeeding some.
The only thing that I see is a segmentation fault with creation on core when
the process leaves with a -daemon.
[root@luna:/usr/local/sbin]# ./milter-length -daemon
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
this happens also with milter-limit.
I have tried to use a strace - o DEBUG /usr/local/sbin/milter-length
but the debug does not help nothing.
you can kindly advise other tests to make to me?
Best Regards, Angelo
----- Original Message -----
From: "Anthony Howe" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, September 04, 2006 10:40 PM
Subject: [milters] Re: milter-length configuration
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> More information..: http://www.milter.info/#Support
> Angelo Iannello wrote:
> > I do not succeed to make to leave the process and to create the
> > configuration file in /etc/mail/milter-length.cf
> milter-length -help >/etc/mail/milter-length.cf
> to create your initial configuration file. Edit it.
> > Once launch the process it exits without errors and not logging null on
> > syslog, maillog, messages, ecc....
> My milters write only to /var/log/maillog (or what ever is the
> configured mail log file). Check you syslog.conf to make sure that the
> mail log does NOT filter debug level messages (common default on most
> unix like systems).
> Also check the Notes section as to the suggested permissions.
> > I have compiled the libsnert and subsequently milter-length installing
> > it in /usr/local/milter-length.
> Why? Just use the defaults on Linux which installs into /usr/local/sbin.
> > This problem I have it with all the milters of snert.com.
> Well I use a standard framework consistent across all my milters. If you
> make one work, all should work.
> > Succeeding use instead with milter-greylist.
> Hmm. Dreyfus' milter is different in design and style from my own. I
> suggest you consult:
> To make sure that the default set of macros exist.
> > The process is perhaps incompatible with slackware or mistake something
> Not likely. The SnertSoft milters run on every Linux (Debian, Redhat,
> SUSE, Slackware, ...), OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Solaris, Mac OS X, -- anything
> POSIX. If there is a problem, it most likely configuration such as file
> permissions. Read the documentation once again.
> Anthony C Howe Skype: SirWumpus SnertSoft
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