On Saturday 04 November 2006 17:03, Robert Huff wrote: > Gerard Seibert writes: > > > The command ``lsof -n -i :25 | grep LISTEN'' should show any > > processes > listening on port 25 (SMTP) > > > > The first command produced absolutely nothing. > > For comparison: > > huff@>> /usr/local/sbin/lsof -n -i :25 > COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME > sendmail 1164 root 3u IPv4 0xc2bbd740 0t0 TCP *:smtp (LISTEN) > sendmail 1164 root 5u IPv6 0xc2bbd570 0t0 TCP *:smtp (LISTEN) > > Are you _sure_ something is attached to port 25?
Sorry, I must have had a brain fart before. This is the actual output: ~ # /usr/local/sbin/lsof -n -i :25 COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME master 716 root 11u IPv4 0xc2ef1ae0 0t0 TCP *:smtp (LISTEN) Those error messages by fetchmail appear to be random. I have not seen one now in over four hours and that is with a modest volume of mail. I really believe it is solely related to the version update. If I could track it down more precisely, I might be able to report the problem to the fetchmail group. -- Gerard [EMAIL PROTECTED] Thyme's Law: Everything goes wrong at once.
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