My clamav has gone nuts. My /tmp/ directory is filling up with 10000s of 
folders like "clamav-5d3ecc9e9b0d0899746d4a1d44f86911.tmp". This has been 
happening since yesterday. The only change I made to the mail server was to 
replaced the /var/qmail/bin/qmail-queue with a link to a perl script 
(qmail-queue-wrapper) which adds a custom header to messages before passing 
them to qmail-queue.orig.

lrwxrwxrwx  1 root   root      19 May 23 00:51 qmail-queue -> 
qmail-queue-wrapper
-rwxr-xr-x  1 clamav root   10145 May 22 07:01 qmail-queue-wrapper
-rws--x--x  1 qmailq qmail  27472 Oct  5  2014 qmail-queue.orig

Normally I just have qmail-queue symlinked to qmail-queue.orig.

I'm using QMAILQUEUE="/var/qmail/bin/simscan" in my tcp.smtp file, and I 
haven't modified the simscan or clamav configuration. 

Any ideas why clamav isn't reaping these tmp files?

Quinn

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