On Tue, 22 Jun 2004 13:27:52 +0200, Gareth Bailey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 
> Ok, i haven't got any responses regarding this post, but i
> have found what i think might be causing the problem.
> 
> I setup my server with the hostname "berkeley" and
> installed everything i needed including postfix and
> courier-imap. I have since changed the hostname to "server"
> which was the name of my previous 5.2 release server (i had
> problems with the new berkeley hostname.) Anyway, i see in
> the output of postconf that there are two settings that
> appear to be dependent on the hostname, namely:
> 
> berkeley_db_create_buffer_size=16777216 and
> berkeley_db_read_buffer_size=131072
> 
> Since the hostname changed to "server", shouldn't these now
> be server_db_create_buffer_size=16777216 and
> server_db_read_buffer_size=131072??
> 
> If so:
> 
> 1:)Could this be the source of my errors appearing in
>    maillog(see below)?
> 
> 2:)What do i need to do? - Reinstall postfix?
> 
> Please advise,
> 
> King regards
> Gareth
> 
> 
> 
> >Hi all,
> >
> >This problem has to do with my
> >mail setup. I'm running postfix MTA and courier-imap
> >server.
> >
> >My maillog file is filled with messages like the
> following:
> >
> ><Jun 20 15:47:05 server imapd-ssl: Failed to create cache
> >file: maildirwatch (fre
> >Jun 20 15:47:05 server imapd-ssl: Error: Input/output
> error
> >Jun 20 15:47:05 server imapd-ssl: Check for proper
> >operation and configuration
> >Jun 20 15:47:05 server imapd-ssl: of the File Access
> >Monitor daemon (famd).
> >Jun 20 15:47:05 server imapd-ssl: Failed to create cache
> >file: maildirwatch (fre
> >Jun 20 15:47:05 server imapd-ssl: Error: Input/output
> error
> >Jun 20 15:47:05 server imapd-ssl: Check for proper
> >operation and configuration
> >Jun 20 15:47:05 server imapd-ssl: of the File Access
> >Monitor daemon (famd).>
> >
> >I'm not too sure where to start - i suspect that whatever
> >is trying to create the cache file doesn't have the
> >neccesary permissions. If so, what is the location of this
> >cache file?  Otherwise, any other suggestions would be
> most
> >welcome.

berkeley is also a database file format...


-- 
Andy Harrison
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