Now that I've set log-level=excessive, I can see these two errors that spamdyke is spitting out a lot:


May 4 13:54:52 Xeon_Right spamdyke[18726]: ERROR(undo_softlimit()@spamdyke.c:3226): data segment hard limit is less than infinity, could lead to unexplainable crashes: 34359738368 May 4 13:54:52 Xeon_Right spamdyke[18726]: ERROR(undo_softlimit()@spamdyke.c:3244): stack size hard limit is less than infinity, could lead to unexplainable crashes: 536870912

Seems to be a harmless error report.

Per Sam's suggestion quite some time ago, I quit using the 'softlimit' option in the tcpserver startup "run" files. Available memory >5GiB free all the time. Very fast CPU. The email part of the server is very lightly used as the box is primarily an NAS and for me to play and experiment with intellectually.

Had no crashes that I know of - been up for 41+ days since my last intentional reboot.

Thoughts?

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