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Old 5th May 2008
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Default Sendmail, issues...

Okay,

So, for some odd reason I actually had FreeBSD become non-responsive for one of the first times of my life. I start it up, everything appears to be fine, all of the services are booting but then I see that 5, 10, 30 seconds have gone by after starting sshd. I CTRL+C it and sendmail complains a lot.

I say to myself, "aha", because I know the issue is with sendmail. Other things were odd and broken, but I just added sendmail_enable="NO" to my rc.conf and everything appears to be fixed. I'm okay with disabling sendmail because I'm on a desktop, but I'd really like to know WHY sendmail caused issues in the first place.

I'm unsure as to which logs I should be checking, so that is why I've started this thread!

Thank you in advance,
Brodey Dover
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