bastill at adam.com.au
Thu Apr 10 02:58:20 PDT 2003
Giorgos Keramidas wrote
>Hmmm, this is usually an indication of DNS problems.
Can only agree - but where is my error ?
A little while ago Clause Assmann asked me to conduct a couple of tests.
I did them again to see what would happen now. Herewith.
Apr 10 16:44:52 BAPhD sm-mta: starting daemon (8.12.8):
SMTP+queueing at 00:30:00
Apr 10 16:47:32 BAPhD sm-msp-queue: starting daemon (8.12.8):
queueing at 00:30:00
(the system used pid 113 and 119 when I ran top this morning)
sendmail -bt -d0.13 < /dev/null
Compiled with: DNSMAP LOG MAP_REGEX MATCHGECOS MILTER MIME7TO8 MIME8TO7
NAMED_BIND NETINET NETINET6 NETUNIX NEWDB NIS PIPELINING
STARTTLS TCPWRAPPERS USERDB XDEBUG
OS Defines: BSD4_4_SOCKADDR HASFCHOWN HASFCHMOD HASFLOCK
HASGETDTABLESIZE HASGETUSERSHELL HASINITGROUPS HASLSTAT
HASRANDOM HASRRESVPORT HASSETLOGIN HASSETREUID HASSETRLIMIT
HASSETSID HASSETUSERCONTEXT HASSETVBUF HAS_ST_GEN
HASURANDOMDEV HASSTRERROR HASUNAME HASUNSETENV HASWAITPID
IDENTPROTO IP_SRCROUTE LOCK_ON_OPEN SAFENFSPATHCONF
USE_DOUBLE_FORK USESETEUID USESYSCTL
Kernel symbols: don't use _PATH_UNIX
Conf file: /etc/mail/submit.cf (default for MSP)
Conf file: /etc/mail/sendmail.cf (default for MTA)
Pid file: /var/run/sendmail.pid (default)
libsm Defines: SM_CONF_GETOPT SM_CONF_LONGLONG SM_CONF_MEMCHR
SM_CONF_MSG SM_CONF_SEM SM_CONF_SETITIME
UUCP nodename: BAPhD.gihon.org.au
Conf file: /etc/mail/sendmail.cf (selected)
Pid file: /var/run/sendmail.pid (selected)
============ SYSTEM IDENTITY (after readcf) ============
(short domain name) $w = BAPhD
(canonical domain name) $j = BAPhD.gihon.org.au
(subdomain name) $m = gihon.org.au
(node name) $k = BAPhD.gihon.org.au
ADDRESS TEST MODE (ruleset 3 NOT automatically invoked)
Enter <ruleset> <address>
> root at BAPhD ~ #sendmail -bs
220 BAPhD.gihon.org.au ESMTP Sendmail 8.12.8/8.12.8/Submit; Thu, 10 Apr
12:37 +0930 (CST)
250-BAPhD.gihon.org.au Hello root at localhost, pleased to meet you
221 2.0.0 BAPhD.gihon.org.au closing connection
Does this say anything useful?
>Don't use top. Sendmail might be less busy than the top20 processes and
>never get displayed. Try ps:
Thanks for that tip.
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