From: Wietse Venema (no email)
Date: Tue Oct 23 2001 - 19:05:58 EDT
> On Tue, Oct 23, 2001 at 05:14:45PM +0200, Manuel Hendel wrote:
> > Another thing is, that we haven't got these problems on other systems
> > with less mail traffic.
> That's interesting.
> > It seems to be a problem of the amount of
> > mails, or of the nqmgr itself. We also didn't have these problems with
> > the "old" qmgr. What can I do now. There's no way in just installing a
> > new system.
> In that case, switch back to qmgr by editing master.cf
> On the other hand I bet Wietse *might* like to have a look around that machine
> to see what the problem with nqmgr might be.
I don't think so.
If there is a problem with Postfix on a specific platform then I
can try to build a machine (in VMware :-) and test Postfix there.
I will not visit someone elses machine. IBM's pockets are too deep.
I deliver Postfix as working on a half-dozen systems including
Solaris, FreeBSD, BSD/OS, a slew of Linuxes, and AIX :-). Postfix
works on all those systems. And that is where my effort ends.
Watchdog timeouts in SMTP servers etc. are the result of a broken
build, the result of a broken library, or the result of a broken
kernel. I have seen problems of each type.
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