Thanks all.
No rush on my side as it is a test machine, at least we do know when a
backend server fails.
With all this mail the mail server are giving alarms too :D

I disable the mail feature for now.

Thanks again Pieter, Willy and Oliver for all your work.


Op 10-01-19 om 20:05 schreef PiBa-NL:
> Hi Johan, Olivier, Willy,
>
> Op 10-1-2019 om 17:00 schreef Johan Hendriks:
>> I just updated to 1.9.1 on my test system.
>>
>> We noticed that when a server fails we now get tons of mail, and with
>> tons we mean a lot.
>>
>> After a client backend server fails we usually get 1 mail on 1.8.x now
>> with 1.9.1 within 1 minute we have the following.
>>
>> mailq | grep -B2 l...@testdomain.nl | grep '^[A-F0-9]' | awk '{print
>> $1}' | sed 's/*//' | postsuper -d -
>> postsuper: Deleted: 19929 messages
>>
>> My setting from the backend part is as follows.
>>
>>      email-alert mailers alert-mailers
>>      email-alert from l...@testdomain.nl
>>      email-alert to not...@testdomain.nl
>>      server webserver09 11.22.33.44:80 check
>>
>> Has something changed in 1.9.x (it was on 1.9.0 also)
>>
>> regards
>> Johan Hendriks
>>
>>
> Its a 'known issue' see:
> https://www.mail-archive.com/haproxy@formilux.org/msg32290.html
> a 'regtest' is added in that mail thread also to aid developers in
> reproducing the issue and validating a possible fix.
>
> @Olivier, Willy, may i assume this mailbomb feature is 'planned' to
> get fixed in 1.9.2 ? (perhaps a bugtracker with a 'target version'
> would be nice ;) ?)
>
> Regards,
> PiBa-NL (Pieter)

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