Re: Strange bea│hio in daily messsges
dpchrist at holgerdanske.com
Thu Apr 30 20:48:34 UTC 2020
On 2020-04-30 13:28, Jacques Foucry wrote:
> Le jeudi 30 avr. 2020 à 12:22:03 (-0700), David Christensen à écrit:
>> On 2020-04-29 21:48, Jacques Foucry wrote:
>>> Hello All,
>>> Hop your going.
>>> I run a FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE-p4 on a baremetal server with many jail (one per
>>> The mail jail use rspamd to fight against spam.
>>> Like all of us I receveive everゆ mornin a security report from my jail (and
>>> the host).
>>> In everey reports I found many rspamd errors:
>>> `(rspamd-2.5), jid 19, uid 236: exited on signal 10`
>>> Ok thats means rspand got a problem, but why I found tほose reports in *every*
>>> daily security mail of *every* jail I use?
>>> How can I stop it? I did find (may be I look bad) anything in periodic
>>> security script?
>>> What I miss?
>>> Thanks for you help and advices,
>>> Take care.
>> It appears signal 10 is a bus error:
> Sad news :-(
>> This page clarifies the meaning of "bus error":
> Thnaks for the pointer
>> My guess would be the latter case -- unaligned memory access. This
>> could be a coding bug (struct not laid out for 64-bit architecture?) or
>> a misconfigured compile (?).
>> Where did your rspamd binary come from -- package? port? downloaded
>> and built by hand?
> Compile from my poudriere, no special configuration. I mean no `poudriere
> options mail/rspamd`.
> So should be ok with the hardware (poudriere and mail jail are running on the
> same bare-metal server).
> Thanks for your help.
Please "reply to list" rather than "reply to sender".
I would file a bug report for rspamd.
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