Subject: Re: Postfix / Spamassassin / spampd startup problems.
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Gillham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/17/2004 11:27:47
Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
>I don't know /etc/rc.d/spampd.
Actually it is just a copy of /etc/rc.d/spamd modified to run
/usr/pkg/bin/spampd instead of /usr/pkg/bin/spamd.
>Are you saying you can run "/etc/rc.d/spampd" manually and it works?
Correct. I run '/etc/rc.d/spampd start' as root once I can login.
It works fine at that point.
>Or are you starting your spampd differently (like running "spampd").
>Maybe you need some variable defined in your rc.conf.
>Run "/etc/rc.d/spampd rcvar" to see the variable name.
Nope, running the correct(TM) way. :)
From my /etc/rc.conf:
>Try running "rcorder -s nostart /etc/rc.d/*" to see if your spampd is
>listed in the correct place.
It shows up either before or after postfix, depending on how I fiddle
with the REQUIRE or BEFORE values.
I would think it is related to my search & replace of spamd -> spampd,
but it starts fine from the shell when I run it after login. The path
seems fine, and I don't see any errors during boot.