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RE: -r option - FIXED

From: Tony Shadwick
Subject: RE: -r option - FIXED
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 03:21:12 +0000 (GMT) I wonder what's causing my problems?

It's just plain there a way to force the rejection behavior
and view the output?

Tony Shadwick
Manager of Internet Services
Strategic Technology Group

On Mon, 17 Mar 2003, Jeff Powell wrote:

> I figured out what was wrong.  I had two copied of the spamass-milter
> binary installed.  This probably occurred when I installed the RPM.  I
> had one copy at /usr/local/sbin and another at /usr/sbin.  Apparently
> the one at /usr/local/sbin came from installing the milter using make
> install and the one at /usr/sbin came from installing the RPM.  I
> modified the initscript and all is well.  It looks like the initscript
> was reading the correct file but applying the options to the wrong copy
> of the binary.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dan Nelson [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Monday, March 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 options. 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
> there.
> Does it work if you run spamass-milter directly from the commandline?
> --
>       Dan Nelson
>       address@hidden

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