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Re: -current postfix breakage? (on sparc64)
Erik Fair wrote:
On Jul 17, 2008, at 00:14, Jochen Kunz wrote:
On Wed, 16 Jul 2008 09:16:51 -0400
"Rafal Boni" <rafal.boni%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
postfix/smtp[xxx]: fatal: mymalloc: insufficient memory: Cannot
Maybe a ulimit(3) is reached?
I had similar problems when e.g. compiling bloatware on sparc64.
Set ulimit -m and -d to max and try to run postfix again.
Wietse Venema would be horrified to see postfix described as "bloatware"
- that's one of the things he tried hard to optimize, particularly in
contrast to sendmail. I'd bet quite a bit that there's something else
going on here which is causing postfix to ask for 0xb6891000000 bytes of
Wietse Venema never tried running postfix on a slow machine, I suspect.
It takes ages to even start servicing the machine, compared to sendmail.
Definitely bloat in that way atleast.
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