From: Michael Loftis (no email)
Date: Mon Jun 12 2006 - 16:39:14 EDT
--On June 12, 2006 3:06:15 PM -0400 Ken Murchison <>
Actually been over this on the list before. It's completely unrelated to
that issue. It's not like some connections get through and some don't.
It's completely unreproducible and *NO* POP3 connections get through at all
until a reboot. It's not lack of entropy, as /dev/random is issuing plenty
of random data during this time and apop isn't in use anyway. I don't
think it's BDB related, though it could be, since when it happens it's just
POP3 although it is *all* pop3proxyd's. I haven't had it happen in a while
and I can't remember if I checked the pop3d and pop3proxyd, but I know that
proxyd was locking.
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