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-current postfix breakage? (on sparc64)
I'm having trouble with my postfix on my sparc64 machine not being able to
deliver mail after upgrading the kernel to a few-day-old 4.99.69 and then
upgrading userland to the matching build. This happens on both sparc64
boxes that I upgraded, in fact, but not on the shark or the SGI O2 (yes,
I had a upgrade party earlier this week).
10993 1 smtp CALL read(0xc,0x41350010,0x1000)
10993 1 smtp GIO fd 12 read 27 bytes
"220 remote-mail-server ESMTP Postfix\r\n"
10993 1 smtp RET read 27/0x1b, 1093992464/0x41350010
10993 1 smtp CALL gettimeofday(0x41336668,0)
10993 1 smtp RET gettimeofday 0
10993 1 smtp CALL mmap(0,0xb6891000000,3,0x14001002,0xfffffffffffffff
10993 1 smtp RET mmap -1 errno 12 Cannot allocate memory
and the log says:
postfix/smtp[xxx]: fatal: mymalloc: insufficient memory: Cannot allocate memory
Sounds like something's wrong with the latest postfix import.. be interesting
to know if it's endemic to all 64-bit archs, or sparc64 specific..
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