Subject: Re: new sendmail spooling and dns
To: Thomas Miller <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/31/2003 22:05:42
>> when you go back on-line, then the dns lookups can work again, so
>> the queue can be flushed.
>Then I asked:
>Sometimes I go on line just for a moment and just for the purpose of
>sending mail. So, the solution apparently is to "wake up" the
>queue runner and get it to flush the clientmqueue as soon as I go on
>line. What would be the best way to to sound the reveille bugle?
>Then I tried:
># sendmail -Ac -q -v
>This _seemed_ to work, but is it really the right way to sound reville
>for the queue runner?
that flushes the queue, it doesn't wake up the queue runner, but
that's a (mostly) needless distinction. if you want the queue empty,
that's how you empty it. if the queue runner should happen to wake up
at the same time, no harm done. :)
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