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RE: -r option
RE: -r option
Mon, 17 Mar 2003 13:57:07 -0800
No, it does not work if I run it from te commandline. No effect. the ps
output looks like this:
root 19923 0.0 0.3 10860 948 pts/2 S 13:55 0:00 spamass-milter
-p /var/run/spamass.sock -f -d 1 -D 127.0.0.1 -u nobody -r 9
However, when I run this from the cmd line, it says the -D is invalid (I did
So, it's got all of its options from the file but is not applying them.
From: Dan Nelson [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Mon 3/17/2003 1:44 PM
To: Jeff Powell
Cc: address@hidden; address@hidden
Subject: Re: -r option
In the last episode (Mar 17), Jeff Powell said:
> On further inspection the milter does not appear to be applying ANY
of the options in the /etc/sysconfig/spamass-milter file. It is definitely
reading the file; I tried using Nigel Horne's -D option (BEFORE adding the
patch) and when I tried to restart spamass-milter it complained (correctly)
that -D was an invalid option. I then patched and reinstalled spamass-milter
with the -D enabled. This time, it did not complain when I tried the -D option.
> So it appears to be reading the file, but not applying any of the
> The -D option has no effect.
> The -d (debug) option has no effect.
> The -r option has no effect.
After you start the service with the script, what is the output of "ps
ax | grep spamass-milter"? You should see all your commandline args
Does it work if you run spamass-milter directly from the commandline?