From: Ben Spencer
Date: 2007-04-17 12:59:59 -0400
Subject: Re: milter-clamc timing out after 10 seconds
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> The milter is at filterEndMessage() so the E: value applies. For C: to
> apply you would have to be at filterOpen(). Did you change the
> clamd-timeout or milter-timeout settings?
-bash-3.00# cat milter-clamc.cf
-bash-3.00# grep -v "^#" clamd.conf|grep -v "^$"
> When posting logs, please be sure to give the whole log session
> grep -E '(clamc.+: 11763|l3HDqrGl002840)' /var/log/maillog
I sent via private email due to the size of the logs (49K).
> as this may provide more context as to what is going on. Are you
> with verbose=info,trace,dialog
Ok...I changed the verbose setting on milter-clamc to include dialog
(since it already included info & trace). If you need a new log file
example since enabling "dialog", let me know.
> Remember that clamd can take a long time to search the signatures.
> The current recommended T= values in milter-clamc/0.5 are
> 'C:20s;S:20s;R:20s;E:5m'. Still the E: is five minutes, so I have no
> idea where the 10 second timeout is from.
Yeah, that is why I am confused also.
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