4.9R changing MTA to Postfix - no periodic.conf
bchadmin at eagleroaming.com
Fri Apr 23 10:08:04 PDT 2004
On Fri, 23 Apr 2004 11:51:28 -0400, Bill Moran wrote
> Danny wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > So I have installed Postfix from the ports, read the pkg-message, read
> > changing the MTA in the handbook, and did a bit of searching.
> > So after the switch, I obviously get:
> > Apr 23 03:01:00 mx1 postfix/sendmail: fatal: unsupported: -bh
> > Apr 23 03:01:01 mx1 postfix/sendmail: fatal: unsupported: -bH
> > Because I did not:
> > "Also, you will want to disable some Sendmail-specific daily maintenance
> > routines in your /etc/periodic.conf file:
> > daily_clean_hoststat_enable="NO"
> > daily_status_mail_rejects_enable="NO"
> > daily_status_include_submit_mailq="NO"
> > daily_submit_queuerun="NO""
> > However, I do not have a periodic.conf. How is the periodic running
> > config file?
> > Could someone please show me there periodic.conf file and why they chose
> > options they did, or maybe baseline.
> /etc/defaults/periodic.conf has all the default values for periodic.
Defaults as a reference, or the defaults that are currently enforced even
> You should _NOT_ endit /etc/defaults/periodic.conf ... the point is
> that /etc/periodic.conf overrides those defaults.
So, in theory, IF (which I won't, don't worry) I did edit
the /etc/defaults/periodic.conf, and disabled the postfix & sendmail
specified settings, those changes would be enforced even without
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