On 06/09/2017 04:04 PM, Sam Clippinger wrote:
A few questions -- what version of spamdyke are you running? OS and version? Any security layers enabled like SElinux or stack guarding measures? Is the spamdyke process using any CPU, or is it just sitting quietly?


Many thanks for your reply. This is a CentOS 6.9 machine with no SELinux or stack guarding measures that I know of. Only PLESK 12.. I downloaded spamdyke 5.0.1 and using its vanilla version, not the -qrv version. I just checked and it appears to use no CPU , at least it's not in the "top" 20..

I have the excessive logging enabled now and the last lines are:

TCPLOCALPORT=25
TCPLOCALIP=176.9.64.42
TCPLOCALHOST=massfit.xyz
TCPREMOTEPORT=24842
TCPREMOTEIP=193.140.250.84
TCPREMOTEHOST=v804.iyte.edu.tr
RELAYCLIENT=

06/09/2017 16:51:38 LOG OUTPUT
DEBUG(undo_softlimit()@spamdyke.c:3241): reset stack size soft limit to infinity: please stop using the softlimit program

06/09/2017 16:51:38 FROM CHILD TO REMOTE: 31 bytes
220 pluto.kalfaoglu.net ESMTP

06/09/2017 16:54:38 FROM CHILD TO REMOTE: 22 bytes
451 timeout (#4.4.2)

06/09/2017 16:54:38 CLOSED

it ends there..

-turgut


You might also try recompiling with excessive output and either changing your log level to excessive or using the full-log-dir option to capture a session (which will show the excessive output).

-- Sam Clippinger




On Jun 9, 2017, at 7:33 AM, turgut kalfaoğlu via spamdyke-users <spamdyke-users@spamdyke.org <mailto:spamdyke-users@spamdyke.org>> wrote:

hi there. I recently re-installed spamdyke and noticed that it's not giving a response. I have it on port 1999 now for testing..

here is what happens..

$ telnet pluto.kalfaoglu.net <http://pluto.kalfaoglu.net> 1999
Trying 176.9.64.42...
Connected to pluto.kalfaoglu.net <http://pluto.kalfaoglu.net>.
Escape character is '^]'.
220 pluto.kalfaoglu.net <http://pluto.kalfaoglu.net> ESMTP
helo doesitworknow

and nothing. I went to lunch and came back..

the debug log shows:
Jun 9 15:26:59 pluto spamdyke[62748]: DEBUG(filter_rdns_whitelist_file()@filter.c:1055): searching rDNS whitelist file(s); rdns: v804.iyte.edu.tr <http://v804.iyte.edu.tr> Jun 9 15:26:59 pluto spamdyke[62748]: DEBUG(filter_ip_whitelist()@filter.c:1228): searching IP whitelist file(s); ip: 193.140.250.84 Jun 9 15:26:59 pluto spamdyke[62748]: DEBUG(filter_ip_blacklist()@filter.c:1279): searching IP blacklist file(s); ip: 193.140.250.84 Jun 9 15:26:59 pluto spamdyke[62748]: DEBUG(filter_ip_in_rdns_blacklist()@filter.c:1333): checking for IP in rDNS +keyword(s) in blacklist file; ip: 193.140.250.84 rdns: v804.iyte.edu.tr <http://v804.iyte.edu.tr> Jun 9 15:26:59 pluto spamdyke[62748]: DEBUG(filter_dns_rbl()@filter.c:1645): checking DNS RBL(s); ip: 193.140.250.84 Jun 9 15:26:59 pluto spamdyke[62748]: DEBUG(filter_earlytalker()@filter.c:1817): checking for earlytalker; delay: 1 Jun 9 15:27:00 pluto spamdyke[62748]: DEBUG(undo_softlimit()@spamdyke.c:3241): reset stack size soft limit to infinity: please stop using the softlimit program


(PS: I did change the /etc/security/limits.conf, set the stack limit to unlimited instead of 10240, but I could no longer login as root after a reboot :) So I have it back to 10240 as before)

Any ideas what to do?

Many thanks, tk


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