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out of memory error

From: Eugene H . Brezin
Subject: out of memory error
Date: Sun, 12 Jun 2005 19:47:55 +0400


Sorry, what i'm writing into mail list as well as to a support page, becouse 
i'm not shure, what somone looking support page to much often.. :) And sorry 
for my bad english..

I'll just copy to mail list those messages, what i've posted into a support 

Thanks guys for great program! Sorry for my poore english. 
I use old spamass-milter from previous release. Everythink was fine, until i 
found a problem: when i send a really big message (attachment with a several 
mp3s or some avi file with size more when 100 megabite) via sendmail with 
enabled spamass-milter, it's falling down, after the message complitely arrives 
to sendmail. In a /var/log/maillog i see: 

Jun 11 22:07:18 bsdbox sm-mta[99637]: j5BE3BAK099637: from=<address@hidden>, 
size=180965243, class=0, nrcpts=1, msgid=<address@hidden>, p 
roto=ESMTP, daemon=MTA, [xx.xx.xx.xx] 
Jun 11 22:07:24 bsdbox sm-mta[99637]: j5BE3BAK099637: 
milter_read(spamassassin): cmd rea 
d returned 0, expecting 5 
Jun 11 22:07:24 bsdbox sm-mta[99637]: j5BE3BAK099637: Milter (spamassassin): to 
error st 
Jun 11 22:07:24 bsdbox spamc[99819]: oops! message_dump of 8192 returned 
Jun 11 22:07:24 bsdbox last message repeated 7 times 
Jun 11 22:07:51 bsdbox sm-mta[99637]: j5BE3BAK099637: Milter (kavmilter): 
timeout before 
data read 
Jun 11 22:07:51 bsdbox sm-mta[99637]: j5BE3BAK099637: Milter (kavmilter): to 
error state 
Jun 11 22:07:51 bsdbox sm-mta[99637]: j5BE3BAK099637: Milter: data, reject=451 
4.7.1 Ple 
ase try again later 
Jun 11 22:07:51 bsdbox sm-mta[99637]: j5BE3BAK099637: to=<address@hidden>, 
0:04:40, pri=30388, stat=Please try again later 

Then i torn on spamass-milter whithout -f flag, to get understand, what is 
going on. Everythink was the same, only, then it falls again, it says: 

# /usr/local/sbin/spamass-milter -b address@hidden -p 

out of memory 

So heres mu question. Is it a bug in the programm and if i'll switch to latest 
reliase, that bug will gone, or i just doing something wrong (with options or 
whatever) Thanks again! Will wating for yours comments and suggestions :)

Forgot to say. Maby this can give you a clue.. 
I'm using FreeBSD 4.9 release, spamass-milter assembled from the port tree with 
their patch, version 0.2.0. The patch is: 
--- spamass-milter.cpp.orig Thu Jun 26 18:10:44 2003 
+++ spamass-milter.cpp Wed Jul 2 14:12:25 2003 
@@ -102,6 +102,10 @@ 
#include <csignal> 
#include <string> 
#include <iostream> 
+using std::string; 
+using std::cout; 
+using std::cerr; 
+using std::endl; 

#ifdef __cplusplus 
extern "C" { 
And Sendmail, which comes with distribution... 
(Sendmail 8.12.9p2/8.12.9) 
Wating your comments, jokes, suggestions :) Thenks anyway

It's a production mail server. That's why i'm so afraid to do any changes.. 
Like install new version of a spamass-milter, becouse old one works fine over 
1,5 years. "Until it's working - don't touch anything" :) But, we are pay for 
incoming internet traffic. And then i found, what really big emails are bounced 
by sendmail (couse falling milter) and noone receives that email becouse it's 
bounsed, traffic exists, but we can't to bill that recepient. (Sorry for ugly 
english) Hope you understand that i trying to say. 

Today is a weekend. Mail server almost idle. So i decided to install new 
release of spamass-milter 0.3.0. Everifing is fine, but the problem still exist 
whith big emails. Then i started milter whithout -f option to see, what will 
happends, it's falls again whith the same quit message - "out of memory"... 



Sorry! :) I was wrong. The couse of bouncing mail was kaspersky antivirus 
(kavmilter if to be exact) with his wrong timeout settings. So then i tune up 
this settings , no more bounced mail happends. 
But spamass-milter still falling down after such big sized emails, and spam 
still able to sneak up to our mail boxes after milter's fall... 


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