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Re: -current postfix breakage? (on sparc64)
Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 09:16:51AM -0400, Rafal Boni:
> 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).
> ktrace says:
> 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
> 10993 1 smtp RET mmap -1 errno 12 Cannot allocate memory
> and the log says:
> postfix/smtp[xxx]: fatal: mymalloc: insufficient memory: Cannot allocate
> Sounds like something's wrong with the latest postfix import.. be
> to know if it's endemic to all 64-bit archs, or sparc64 specific..
it's broken on sparc64, but not amd64. thats basically as far as I've
gotten with it. I'll try to debug it tomorrow, if no one beats me to it.
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