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Old 12th May 2009
giagni giagni is offline
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Default Mailscanner + Postfix problem after update


After update mailscanner, including perl 5.8.9_2
I receive a lot of this this errors:

May 12 10:30:25 mail kernel: pid 35649 (perl5.8.8), uid 125: exited on signal 6
May 12 10:30:29 mail kernel: pid 35652 (perl5.8.8), uid 125: exited on signal 6
May 12 10:30:34 mail kernel: pid 35655 (perl5.8.8), uid 125: exited on signal 6

seems some perl script that wont work
ps -aux
postfix 36097 0.0 0.0 0 0 ?? Z 10:41AM 0:00.30 <defunct>

So, I decide to rollback ports tree before perl 5.8.8 and reinstall back:

but error still remain... I have done perl-after-update, updating portupdate -fr 'postfix' and 'perl', deinstall every p5-\* and reinstall... still error sig6 abort abnormal

any suggestion?
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