Re: ctl_mboxlist dump/removal

2013-11-08 Thread Wesley Craig
On 08 Nov 2013, at 11:10, Simon Beale si...@minos.org.uk wrote: For anyone following afterwards, one gotcha I feel worth pointing out is that if you have a line in your cyrus.conf START section of: mupdatepush cmd=ctl_mboxlist -m ... make sure you change that temporarily on the replica to:

Re: Force removal on mupdate server

2013-10-21 Thread Wesley Craig
On 18 Oct 2013, at 12:13, Fabio S. Schmidt fa...@improve.inf.br wrote: I'm having inconsistent with a backend server and Mupdate master, the mailboxes are listed in the mupdate server but they were erased on the Backedn. When I try to re-create the mailbox on the backend the Mupdate server

Re: Lock problem with mupdate

2012-04-17 Thread Wesley Craig
On 17 Apr 2012, at 02:43, Frank Elsner wrote: The RHEL frontend connects to the (Solaris) mupdate server, authentication work. But after Apr 17 07:27:21 eg-mailfrontend cyrus/mupdate[7395]: successful mupdate connection to mupdate-febe.intern.tu-berlin.de Apr 17 07:27:21

Re: kick_mupdate error message

2011-12-28 Thread Wesley Craig
The short answer is that kick_mupdate() makes no sense on a backend in the configuration you're talking about. The long answer is that calls to kick_mupdate() are liberally sprinkled through the code, primarily involving calls that manipulate mailboxes or acls (xfer does both, naturally).

Re: mailbox referrals in 2.4.12

2011-12-14 Thread Wesley Craig
On 13 Dec 2011, at 19:15, Andrew Morgan wrote: Nothing changes the value of disable_referrals that I can see. It is initialized to 0. disable_referrals devolves to domain_from_ip in canonify_userid() in global.c. I gather it's set when virtdomains is set on. Presumably this is necessary

Re: cpu and cyrus

2011-08-31 Thread Wesley Craig
On 31 Aug 2011, at 14:36, Maria McKinley wrote: Anyway, here is an example of some processes that are getting big: PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEMTIME+ COMMAND 24328 cyrus 20 0 147m 6236 5004 R 27.4 0.2 22:07.21 imapd 27549 cyrus 20 0 147m 6512

Re: Upgrading from 2.3 to til 2.4

2011-05-10 Thread Wesley Craig
It's usually possible in a murder configuration to do a zero downtime upgrade by xfer-ing users to a backend running the new version. The admin is then in control of how much index upgrade load to inflict on the new machine. :wes On 10 May 2011, at 11:41, Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:

Re: murder documentation and loopprevention (was Problem configuring lmtp on cyrus backend)

2011-03-17 Thread Wesley Craig
On 17 Mar 2011, at 05:18, Michael Menge wrote: Thanks, configuring proxyservers solved the problem. The murder documentation does indicate that you want configure proxyservers but it does not indicate that you must configure proxyservers to prevent lmtp loops. It would be nice if the lmtp

Re: Problem configuring lmtp on cyrus backend

2011-03-16 Thread Wesley Craig
On 16 Mar 2011, at 09:12, Michael Menge wrote: --- imapd_be.conf -- proxy_authname: x-xxx proxy_password: Do you have proxyservers defined? From lmtpd.c: if (config_mupdate_server (config_mupdate_config ==

Re: Replication and backups

2011-02-03 Thread Wesley Craig
On 03 Feb 2011, at 13:45, Patrick Goetz wrote: On further thought, it seems like this would be a solution: -- -- | Server 1 | ---DRBD-- | Server 2 | -- -- Step 1: Stop cyrus on Server 1. Step 2: Turn off replication

Re: Replication and backups

2011-02-03 Thread Wesley Craig
On 03 Feb 2011, at 14:02, Patrick Goetz wrote: On 02/03/2011 12:56 PM, Wesley Craig wrote: I wonder, tho, why use DRBD rather than cyrus replication. Perhaps because I don't know anything about cyrus replication? :) RTFM the cyrus wiki? Oh, I think DRBD is a perfectly valid choice

Re: Does anyone allow unlimited or extremely large quotas?

2010-11-16 Thread Wesley Craig
Didn't Dave write up.imapproxy? It makes a huge difference for, e.g., IMP roundcube. Also, configuring client to not retrieve the LIST of mailboxes during every transaction is a big win. :wes On 16 Nov 2010, at 10:11, Shuvam Misra wrote: Most programming environments in which such

Re: Does anyone allow unlimited or extremely large quotas?

2010-11-16 Thread Wesley Craig
On 16 Nov 2010, at 10:32, Joseph Brennan wrote: I wish we'd somehow financed a native Cyrus webmail interface, that is not using IMAP but built into Cyrus. I don't think users know how good Cyrus is because they look at it through a weak intermediary. I don't think a Cyrus-specific web

Re: kick_mupdate?

2010-10-29 Thread Wesley Craig
On 29 Oct 2010, at 15:29, Michael D. Sofka wrote: When moving files from a 2.2.12 back-end server to a 2.3.16 back-end server using xfer, the 2.3.16 server logs: Oct 29 15:23:23 imap-be4 imap[5933]: kick_mupdate: can't connect to target: No such file or directory The xfer was

Re: cyradm referall 2.4.1 version

2010-10-19 Thread Wesley Craig
On 19 Oct 2010, at 05:54, Lucas Zinato Carraro wrote: I have 3 Frontends in DMZ, 4 Backends in Intranet and a Administrative Station in other network. The administrative station, and clients stations can not connect direct to backend servers. In imapd.conf i enable the parameter:

Re: messages in mailbox aren't visible

2010-10-12 Thread Wesley Craig
On Oct 12, 2010, at 16:26, Patrick Goetz pgo...@mail.utexas.edu wrote: In particular, though, if the \Noselect IMAP flag somehow got set on this mailbox, does this actually show up in the settings in such a way that I can change it? Is there anything else it could possibly be? \Noselect is

Re: service imap pid nnn in BUSY state: terminated abnormally

2010-10-09 Thread Wesley Craig
On 09 Oct 2010, at 00:04, Michael D. Sofka wrote: Is the old format updated on xfer? It is updated on xfer -- when the mtimes of the message files are set to the INTERNALDATE. :wes Cyrus Home Page: http://www.cyrusimap.org/ List Archives/Info:

Re: service imap pid nnn in BUSY state: terminated abnormally

2010-10-09 Thread Wesley Craig
On 09 Oct 2010, at 20:31, Bron Gondwana wrote: Yes, file mtimes get set to INTERNALDATE as much as possible (and vice versa when reconstructing with a missing index - hence the reason for doing it) Perhaps you're misunderstanding me... In 2.3.recent, the second to last step of undump (xfer)

Re: service imap pid nnn in BUSY state: terminated abnormally

2010-10-09 Thread Wesley Craig
On 09 Oct 2010, at 23:12, Bron Gondwana wrote: Oh yeah - you're right. That's missing in 2.4 and I think it's because I planned to replace it with replication stuff which uses the append logic which does that on the fly. But I haven't done it yet. Would make sense to add that back, at least

Re: cyradm and allowing only encrypted passwords with 2.3.16?

2010-10-04 Thread Wesley Craig
On 04 Oct 2010, at 01:09, Patrick Goetz wrote: I was having problems making Cyrus 2.2.x work with only encrypted passwords. Setting allowplaintext: no in imapd.conf prevents plain text logins, but then cyradm stops working: ibis:~etc$ cyradm localhost Login disabled. cyradm:

Re: cyradm and allowing only encrypted passwords with 2.3.16?

2010-10-04 Thread Wesley Craig
On 04 Oct 2010, at 10:26, Patrick Goetz wrote: Sorry,I didn't specifically say that I'm using the latest release, 2.3.16. I understood that, tho I did notice you pasted the 2.2.x error, not the 2.3.x error. I find cyradm to be very convenient to use for smaller sites, but is this

Re: cyradm and allowing only encrypted passwords with 2.3.16?

2010-10-04 Thread Wesley Craig
On 04 Oct 2010, at 13:37, Patrick Goetz wrote: On 10/04/2010 12:29 PM, Andrew Morgan wrote: cyrus-be4:~# cyradm --user cyrus --tlskey '' localhost That did it! The trick is to use --tlskey with an empty field as demonstrated above. Who knew? That's a bug, please report it. It ought to

Re: Incorrect quota usage after XFER between servers

2010-10-01 Thread Wesley Craig
On 01 Oct 2010, at 10:24, Simon Amor wrote: Whenever we migrate mailboxes all the mailboxes for the domain are moved at the same time, and there's a high chance that the quota usage will get messed up and mailboxes will have more than 100% of their quota used. Running the quota -f

Re: cyrus 2.3.14 on opensuse 11.1 x64 and lmtp errors

2010-09-28 Thread Wesley Craig
On 28 Sep 2010, at 18:04, Simon Matter wrote: While we are at it, I know about this prefixing but is it documented somewhere? I just checked the imapd.conf man page but couldn't find it there. There's a bugzilla or two related to the lack of documentation of the prefixing. :wes Cyrus

Re: competition

2010-09-22 Thread Wesley Craig
On 22 Sep 2010, at 10:46, Dave McMurtrie wrote: Considering the state of Cyrus' interoperability with BDB and all the recent fixes to skiplist, would it make sense to at least not make BDB a default backend from now on? Yes, and sane defaults was to be one of the themes of the 2.4 release.

Re: A beginner question about Murder

2010-09-09 Thread Wesley Craig
On Sep 9, 2010, at 2:22, Shuvam Misra shuvam.mi...@merceworld.com wrote: Does this mean that all cyradm-type admin connections must connect to one or other of the back-end servers? Can I get admin tasks done by connecting to one of the front-end servers too? Most admin tasks are

Re: A beginner question about Murder

2010-09-09 Thread Wesley Craig
On Sep 8, 2010, at 17:17, Jeroen van Meeuwen (Kolab Systems) vanmeeu...@kolabsys.com wrote: - In a tradition Murder setup the master update server cannot be combined with a backend or frontend server. The murder master can also be a frontend server, but not a backend server. The

Re: A beginner question about Murder

2010-09-09 Thread Wesley Craig
On Sep 9, 2010, at 2:20, Shuvam Misra shuvam.mi...@merceworld.com wrote: What internal details prevent a front-end server, mupdate server, and back-end server from coexisting on the same physical system? Is it that there's no facility in the back-end server feature to make it listen

Re: A beginner question about Murder

2010-09-09 Thread Wesley Craig
On 08 Sep 2010, at 16:41, Andrew Morgan wrote: Unfortunately, I've never setup a unified Murder, so I don't fully understand what the advantages and disadvantages of it compared to a traditional Murder. Maybe someone else can jump in here with their experiences. The main advantage is that

Re: [PATCH] Disable reverse DNS lookups

2010-09-09 Thread Wesley Craig
Could you: 1) put this in bugzilla 2) note in the documentation that some SASL methods require hostnames Thanks, :wes On 09 Sep 2010, at 06:47, Guilherme Manika wrote: This patch adds a disablereverselookups option to imapd.conf that disables reverse DNS lookups in imapd

Re: problems with the DELETED hierarchy

2010-07-15 Thread Wesley Craig
On 15 Jul 2010, at 11:41, Eric Doutreleau wrote: i m using cyrus 2.3.16 i have the following line in the cyrus.conf delprune cmd=cyr_expire -E 1 -D 30 -X 30 at=0400 but on my deleted hierarchy there are some mailboxes with mails than are 2 years old how is this possible? A user

Re: Problem with IMAPs

2010-07-12 Thread Wesley Craig
So what's NOT working? I don't suppose your network monitor is connecting to the IMAPS port and then immediately dropping the connection... :wes On 08 Jul 2010, at 19:19, Lucas Zinato Carraro wrote: Using Thunderbird i can use IMAPs with no apparent problem. Cyrus Home Page:

Re: imapd dumping core due to SEGV

2010-07-12 Thread Wesley Craig
On 05 Jul 2010, at 10:56, Gavin Gray wrote: Two of them have had imapd processes crash and leave core dumps in the past couple of days. Looking at the core dumps with dbx we see I'm not aware of bug fixes in those code paths. Given how little those two code paths have in common, I'd suspect

Re: mupdate cpu, thread timeouts

2010-07-12 Thread Wesley Craig
On 02 Jul 2010, at 09:29, John Madden wrote: I'm concerned about the listener_lock timeouts. The listener_lock timeout means that the thread waited around for 60 seconds to see if a connection was going to arrive. Since it didn't, it timed out and that thread went away. The pthread routine

Re: Problem with IMAPs

2010-07-12 Thread Wesley Craig
On 12 Jul 2010, at 13:42, Lucas Zinato Carraro wrote: Exist a way to filter this log direct in cyrus imap ? No. Open a bug here: https://bugzilla.andrew.cmu.edu/ and request a way. There ought to be one. :wes Cyrus Home Page: http://cyrusimap.web.cmu.edu/ Cyrus Wiki/FAQ:

Re: mupdate cpu, thread timeouts

2010-07-12 Thread Wesley Craig
On 12 Jul 2010, at 15:49, John Madden wrote: ...Meaning the error is nothing to worry about? This is on RHEL 5.5 if that helps. The error is a debug statement. The CPU usage reflects poorly on the pthreads implementation. Can any of this be tweaked to, for example, wait longer before

Re: mupdate cpu, thread timeouts

2010-07-01 Thread Wesley Craig
On 01 Jul 2010, at 15:25, John Madden wrote: Lately, I've been seeing a lot of this from imap frontends, repeating over and over: These: Jul 1 15:16:51 imap mupdate[18204]: Thread timed out waiting for listener_lock Jul 1 15:16:51 imap mupdate[18204]: Worker thread finished, for a

Re: Recomendations for a Migration of a Cyrus mailStore with 70K users.

2010-06-30 Thread Wesley Craig
On 30 Jun 2010, at 13:59, Nestor A Diaz wrote: another question : what about if a mail is comming from the lmtp socket to the refering mailbox and the mailbox is currently in the renaming process ? From lmtpengine.c: case IMAP_MAILBOX_MOVED: prot_printf(pout, 451 4.2.1

Re: Some Questions about Cyrus Agregattion ( Murder )

2010-06-22 Thread Wesley Craig
On 22 Jun 2010, at 00:26, Lucas Zinato Carraro wrote: proxyd_disable_mailbox_referrals will be replaced to other parameter in new branch ( 2.4 )? Either that or proxyd_disable_mailbox_referrals will be ported forward. IDLE imap command is compatible in Cyrus Murder enviromment ?? It

Re: Recomendations for a Migration of a Cyrus mailStore with 70K users.

2010-06-21 Thread Wesley Craig
On 16 Jun 2010, at 15:31, Nestor A Diaz wrote: At the begining i use only a default mailstore, on a ext3 formatted filesystem over a raid 10 / LVM, it works fine, however when it reaches the 32768 directories, (a limitation of ext3) i have to create another partition, and then another one,

Re: Some Questions about Cyrus Agregattion ( Murder )

2010-06-21 Thread Wesley Craig
On 21 Jun 2010, at 20:56, Lucas Zinato Carraro wrote: I find a parameter to imapd.conf: proxyd_disable_mailbox_referrals. Only this parameter is necessary in frontend to complete disable referall ? More or less (that option doesn't appear to be in the 2.4 branch) There's also

Re: intermittent problems with kick_mupdate

2010-06-09 Thread Wesley Craig
On 04 Jun 2010, at 04:14, Gavin Gray wrote: It's not a unified murder, we have a number of frontends and a dedicated mupdate master. As for kick_mupdate we see lots of those errors say over the course of the night when the xfers are taking place ,but perhaps only one instance of a xfer

Re: How to make sync_client invoke STARTTLS for replication

2010-06-04 Thread Wesley Craig
On 03 Jun 2010, at 04:38, Rudy Gevaert wrote: master side: Jun 3 10:39:12 cyrdev1 maild1/sync_client[3519]: starttls: TLSv1 with cipher DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA (256/256 bits new client) no authentication Jun 3 10:40:12 cyrdev1 maild1/sync_client[3519]: Doing a peer verify Jun 3 10:40:12 cyrdev1

Re: Experiment to test TCP keepalive for pop3d proxies

2010-06-04 Thread Wesley Craig
On 04 Jun 2010, at 12:23, Gary Mills wrote: I wonder if an upgrade will solve this problem? Perhaps. The test accompanying that change suggests it might: Prevented SSL_accept() from blocking indefinitely when using TLS/SSL Of course, without a better backtrace, we don't know if you

Re: intermittent problems with kick_mupdate

2010-06-03 Thread Wesley Craig
On 03 Jun 2010, at 09:24, Gavin Gray wrote: imap[29289]: [ID 886451 local6.error] Could not trigger remote push to mupdate serverduring move of user... During the xfer, the local backend sets some information in the mupdate master WRT the new mailbox location. However, this information may

Re: How to make sync_client invoke STARTTLS for replication

2010-06-01 Thread Wesley Craig
On 01 Jun 2010, at 05:09, Rudy Gevaert wrote: Can you tell me how to further troubleshoot, please? sync_client ought to syslog any error that backend_connect() gets. :wes Cyrus Home Page: http://cyrusimap.web.cmu.edu/ Cyrus Wiki/FAQ: http://cyrusimap.web.cmu.edu/twiki List Archives/Info:

Re: Experiment to test TCP keepalive for pop3d proxies

2010-06-01 Thread Wesley Craig
On 01 Jun 2010, at 14:05, Gary Mills wrote: Yes, the timeout is set to zero in the pop3d.c file. However, the idle timeout actually works when I test it. In one window, I do this: $ telnet setup01 pop3 Trying 130.179.16.64... Connected to setup01.cc.umanitoba.ca. Escape

Re: Experiment to test TCP keepalive for pop3d proxies

2010-06-01 Thread Wesley Craig
On 01 Jun 2010, at 14:05, Gary Mills wrote: # pstack 12708 12708: pop3d -s feb1a5c5 read (0, 817faf0, b) fec2dfaf sock_read () + 3f I don't know why the stack trace is so short with these. Thinking about this a little more... sock_read() is probably from openssl's

Re: upgrading with murder/aggregator

2010-05-28 Thread Wesley Craig
On 28 May 2010, at 10:53, Torsten Schlabach wrote: Unfortunately, the developers are a bit quite on this problem so far. I doubt very much that the developers are in a good position to reproduce this problem. If you're imagining that someone is going to fix this with a stare at the code for

Re: How to make sync_client invoke STARTTLS for replication

2010-05-28 Thread Wesley Craig
On 28 May 2010, at 09:09, Rudy Gevaert wrote: https://bugzilla.andrew.cmu.edu/show_bug.cgi?id=3174 Thanks, for replying. But I'm not sure what you are saying with the above patches. If you apply the above fix and set allowplaintext to no then sync_client will negotiate TLS and then

Re: Experiment to test TCP keepalive for pop3d proxies

2010-05-28 Thread Wesley Craig
On 28 May 2010, at 12:42, Gary Mills wrote: 0805e4ee proxy_check_input (815d168, 81a7228, 819e520, 81a3d60, 81a7700, 0) + 5e That last argument to proxy_check_input()? It's the timeout. Setting it to 0 means don't time out. I'm sure the theory is that the underlying select() will

Re: Problems to access accounts in murder imap

2010-05-28 Thread Wesley Craig
On 28 May 2010, at 18:28, Oscar Nuñez wrote: a1 select inbox a1 NO System I/O error What's syslog say? :wes Cyrus Home Page: http://cyrusimap.web.cmu.edu/ Cyrus Wiki/FAQ: http://cyrusimap.web.cmu.edu/twiki List Archives/Info: http://asg.web.cmu.edu/cyrus/mailing-list.html

Re: imapd, TLS and CRLs

2010-05-27 Thread Wesley Craig
Can you submit this to the Cyrus Bugzilla, please. :wes On 27 May 2010, at 13:04, Stacy Millions wrote: I have been working on deploying an imap server using EXTERNAL+TLS authentication. Everything is working fine and then I discover that there is no support CRLs in imapd; from my point

Re: ldap groups and ptloader

2010-05-27 Thread Wesley Craig
On 27 May 2010, at 06:38, Duncan Gibb wrote: Yes. It would be nice when someone has time to make the configuration of pts_ldap more similar to other things likely to be using the same data (eg pam/nss/samba as well as saslauthd). Comments on:

Re: Experiment to test TCP keepalive for pop3d proxies

2010-05-27 Thread Wesley Craig
Since you mention it... I took a look at a random frontend, and found 27 or 33 pop processes from two days ago. I used gdb to get stack traces from 3 samples, all looked like this: (gdb) where #0 0x008007a2 in _dl_sysinfo_int80 () from /lib/ld-linux.so.2 #1 0x008d6ff3 in __read_nocancel

Re: How to make sync_client invoke STARTTLS for replication

2010-05-26 Thread Wesley Craig
On 26 May 2010, at 10:58, Rudy Gevaert wrote: On 02/11/2010 11:53 PM, Rich Wales wrote: I'm running Cyrus 2.3.16 (with replication) between two Ubuntu servers. What do I have to do to make the sync_client application invoke STARTTLS when it connects to sync_server on the other host? I

Re: Patch: add new lmtptarget annotation

2010-05-20 Thread Wesley Craig
On 18 May 2010, at 15:11, Nic Bernstein wrote: Where in the documentation should information be added describing this new annotation? Where are available annotations documented currently? As far as I can tell, there this:

Re: Patch: add new lmtptarget annotation

2010-05-18 Thread Wesley Craig
Seems like a reasonable approach and a good patch. I might suggest some feedback, preferably to the deleting / renaming user but a syslog might also do, when the delete / rename failed. Is there a bugzilla number? :wes On 18 May 2010, at 12:38, Stephen Grier wrote: Just submitting a patch

Re: bootstrapping replication

2010-05-10 Thread Wesley Craig
On 10 May 2010, at 08:31, Eric Doutreleau wrote: /usr/lib/cyrus-imapd/sync_client -v -m user.doutrele i got MAILBOXES user.doutrele Error from do_mailboxes(): bailing out! the replica server is empty. Should i put him in sync with the master bedore starting replications? Depending on

Re: bootstrapping replication

2010-05-10 Thread Wesley Craig
On 10 May 2010, at 14:46, Eric Doutreleau wrote: i have 13 partitions on the master server. can i have only one on the replica or should i have the same number of partition? cyrus doesn't actually know about partitions per se. Think of them as paths instead. The number names of the

Re: Cryus-imapd/Saslauthd/LDAP login access

2010-04-14 Thread Wesley Craig
On 14 Apr 2010, at 12:42, Shelley Waltz wrote: I wish a simple way to control who in the LDAP database may login and autocreate a cyrus imap account. Not everyone in the LDAP database, just certain users. Any suggested methods? I have RHEL5 with cyrus-imapd-2.3.7-7 cyrus-sasl-2.1.22-5

Re: sync_client segmentation fault when using TLS

2010-04-12 Thread Wesley Craig
On 08 Apr 2010, at 16:32, Matt Selsky wrote: Can you add this patch to bugzilla? Is this the same as: https://bugzilla.andrew.cmu.edu/show_bug.cgi?id=3174 My patch for that is below. :wes sync_client-tls-capability-response.diff Description: Binary data Cyrus Home Page:

Re: Get cyrus-imap folder size without du tool

2010-04-02 Thread Wesley Craig
On 02 Apr 2010, at 08:59, Bron Gondwana wrote: Anyway, the quota system works fine. Just give each user a quota bigger than your disk and use it for the used value! It's a shame that the usage isn't calculated whether a limit is implemented or not. :wes Cyrus Home Page:

Re: Building an interface to unexpunge for users

2010-03-29 Thread Wesley Craig
On 29 Mar 2010, at 18:18, Bron Gondwana wrote: https://bugzilla.andrew.cmu.edu/show_bug.cgi?id=3008 Yeah, that should be the default. Search form is not for presentation to users! That patch has been waiting since Nov 2008 to be committed. But I'd be happy to adjust it so human readable

Re: Not possible to replicate from 2.3.7 to 2.3.16?

2010-03-28 Thread Wesley Craig
On 27 Mar 2010, at 20:55, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote: I had guessed, though perhaps I had hoped that something would simply tell me that instead of giving odd errors that made me think that I had misconfigured something. I agree. I think it's probably in the release notes, but since it's

Re: upgradeing from 2.3.12p2 to 2.3.16 and replication

2010-03-28 Thread Wesley Craig
On 28 Mar 2010, at 20:04, karen turner wrote: Mar 26 15:38:28 zysv01 mupdate[31564]: attempt to delete unknown mailbox user.xxaabb Where the mailbox is actually on a different server. I assume that this is an issue with replication and will go away when all servers are on 2.3.16? I

Re: Meaning of Discarding messages from sync_client?

2010-03-26 Thread Wesley Craig
On 26 Mar 2010, at 02:12, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote: Could anyone explain the meaning of lines like: Mar 26 00:49:50 util6 sync_client[31645]: Discarding: 3082 () This is the client trying to re-sync the protocol with the server. There should be a line preceding

Re: Using xfer to migrate mailboxes to a new server

2010-02-16 Thread Wesley Craig
On 16 Feb 2010, at 06:35, Simon Fraser wrote: On Tue, 2010-02-16 at 11:29 +, David Mayo wrote: Some additional things to look out for: - You must run this command on the existing back-end This is true, but I'm not 100% positive why it's implemented this way. The (trivial) bit of code

Re: ability to disable shared namespace?

2010-02-13 Thread Wesley Craig
Isn't this what foolstupidclients does? I think Blackberry might meet the criteria... :wes On 13 Feb 2010, at 18:38, John Madden wrote: I wrote a couple months ago about proxyd high cpu usage and the problems scanning large mailbox spaces just to see if anything is available causes

Re: Setting TCP keepalive for Cyrus daemons

2010-02-13 Thread Wesley Craig
On 13 Feb 2010, at 09:50, Brian Awood wrote: I've had a patch against lmptd in bugzilla for a while; https://bugzilla.andrew.cmu.edu/show_bug.cgi?id=3158 I think the code probably just needs to be audited, to find the places where setting a read timeout on the stream would be sufficient.

Re: Cyrus murder ( IMAP Aggregator )

2010-02-11 Thread Wesley Craig
On 10 Feb 2010, at 16:54, Richard Pijnenburg wrote: How do the backends deceide who services which mailbox? The admin decides, more or less, as you provision mailboxes. And what happens if one of those backends dies? The mailboxes on that backend are inaccessible. The rest of the cluster

Re: Authorization with ptloader: Linux and LDAP backend combined

2010-01-13 Thread Wesley Craig
I have a similar patch which assumes proxy and admin lines are authoritative, so if they are not found in whatever authorization system (including LDAP) but they are found in imapd.conf, then they are considered valid canonicalized. I don't see this issue in BZ, but I suspect it's there...

Re: Cyrus IMAPd 2.3.16 Released

2010-01-13 Thread Wesley Craig
On 13 Jan 2010, at 02:11, Simon Matter wrote: My own real problem as RPM maintainer is that I'd like to stay with logging to mail facility and not touching syslog config. Now with older releases, this was possible without much trouble because the logging volume was moderate for not too

Re: proxyd cpu usage

2009-12-08 Thread Wesley Craig
On 08 Dec 2009, at 18:55, Andrew Morgan wrote: How many mailboxes are returned by these LIST operations? We run Horde with Cyrus here, but we have no shared mailboxes and no problems with high load on the Cyrus frontends. How do you have IMP configured? As I recall, at least in older

Re: proxyd cpu usage

2009-12-07 Thread Wesley Craig
On 07 Dec 2009, at 10:33, John Madden wrote: In a 2.3.15 murder I'm seeing high frontend server cpu usage and I'm wondering if it's normal or if there's something I can do to reduce it. What are the bottlenecks that can lead to proxyd pegging a cpu for several seconds, particularly during

Re: XFER when changing database formats

2009-10-28 Thread Wesley Craig
On 28 Oct 2009, at 09:43, David Mayo wrote: I am now looking at transferring our users to the new back-end server. The XFER command seems to do the job perfectly, except for the seen and subscription databases because we are changing formats from flat to skplist. Looking at the

Re: painful mupdate syncs between front-ends and database server

2009-10-19 Thread Wesley Craig
On 19 Oct 2009, at 17:37, Michael Bacon wrote: --On October 19, 2009 2:13:03 PM -0700 Andrew Morgan mor...@orst.edu wrote: What is causing a (re)sync of the frontends? Normally this should only happen when you start Cyrus on a frontend, right? I am not entirely sure. I think what may be

Re: MIgrating from Cyrus 2.2 to 2.3 : extra numerical field in mailboxes DB

2009-09-23 Thread Wesley Craig
On 23 Sep 2009, at 10:19, Eric Luyten wrote: When dumping the resulting mailboxes DB on the Cyrus 2.3.15 system I noticed (for newly created mailboxes) an extra numerical field in position 2 (position 3 appears to be the partition number). Where is it used for (reservations ? Murder ?) and

Re: Modifying existing setup to use Cyrus Murder

2009-08-20 Thread Wesley Craig
On 20 Aug 2009, at 19:03, Alexander wrote: Also, I see that there is a warning at the beginning of the document about Murder is still relatively young. Is this still the case, or is this just a leftover warning from years ago? Can it be considered reasonably stable and ready for usage? It's

Re: IOERROR: fstating sieve script

2009-08-15 Thread Wesley Craig
On 15 Aug 2009, at 15:01, brian wrote: In bc_eval.c: res = do_vacation(actions, toaddr, fromaddr, xstrdup(subject), message, days, mime, handle); if (res == SIEVE_RUN_ERROR) *errmsg = Vacation can not be used with Reject or Vacation; This is an unhelpful error msg,

Re: IMAP proxy advertising MAILBOX-REFERRALS and confusing Pine

2009-08-12 Thread Wesley Craig
I suspect that backporting that functionality would be pretty easy. Have you looked for the commit that added it to 2.3? :wes On 12 Aug 2009, at 05:42, David Mayo wrote: We undertook the first stage of our IMAP server upgrade yesterday and introduced a front-end proxy running Cyrus 2.2 in

Re: Auth mech for sync_client/sync_server

2009-06-18 Thread Wesley Craig
On 18 Jun 2009, at 08:12, Martin Schweizer wrote: Does the line sasl_mech_list: PLAIN LOGIN CRAM-MD5 DIGEST-MD5 any impact on the syncserver process? My goal is to reduce the mech list to absolut minimum which I need in my environment. It ought to, yes. :wes Cyrus Home Page:

Re: Auth mech for sync_client/sync_server

2009-06-17 Thread Wesley Craig
On 17 Jun 2009, at 11:29, Martin Schweizer wrote: Jun 11 07:15:20 server4 syncserver[79013]: login: server2 [192.168.20.3] cyrus DIGEST-MD5 User logged in This means that Server2 logs in Server4 and download the data. Can I change the mech DIGEST-MD5 in any way? Or has the parameter

Re: MUPDATE database problems -- the importance of thread safety

2009-06-17 Thread Wesley Craig
Please open a report in bugzilla and mark it was a blocker. Thanks for finding the issue. :wes On 17 Jun 2009, at 09:44, Michael Bacon wrote: It turns out that this was an issue with mupdate being a multi- threaded daemon, and in a critical place in the non-blocking prot code (in

Re: Migrate from 2.2. to 2.3 with ldap

2009-06-12 Thread Wesley Craig
On 10 Jun 2009, at 07:38, Marc Patermann wrote: Michael Menge schrieb: Marc Patermann schrieb: I'm a bit stuck. I want to migrate from 2.2.12 to a recent 2.3.x server. Does no one use 2.3 with ldap and can point in the right direction? We use Cyrus 2.3 with pam mand pam_ldap, if you don't

Re: murder and autocreate (I know it is not supported)

2009-06-12 Thread Wesley Craig
On 11 Jun 2009, at 18:59, Dave McMurtrie wrote: A valid point to mailbox creation, but what would delete the mailbox when a student graduates? There is no mailbox location problem for deletes. IDM simply connects to any frontend, permits itself, and then deletes the mailbox hierarchy.

Re: reading seen state as cyrus priviledged user

2009-05-10 Thread Wesley Craig
On 10 May 2009, at 19:04, Bron Gondwana wrote: Yeah, that would be nice actually. I'm pretty sure there's nothing like it at the moment. I'd probably modify ipurge to optionally examine seen state. :wes Cyrus Home Page: http://cyrusimap.web.cmu.edu/ Cyrus Wiki/FAQ:

Re: Bug? xfermailbox seems to be broken but using rename to xfer a mailbox works just fine.

2009-05-04 Thread Wesley Craig
On 04 May 2009, at 01:42, Janne Peltonen wrote: Standard. I tried to run a unified murder for a while a couple of years before, but run into so many bugs that I decided to use the standard config. Many of them have been fixed, but I don't think all. On the other hand, I think unified

Re: Bug? xfermailbox seems to be broken but using rename to xfer a mailbox works just fine.

2009-04-30 Thread Wesley Craig
On 30 Apr 2009, at 11:05, Brian Awood wrote: It looks like error was logged from your frontend host m2v1t, so I would guess that the xfer command was issued to it, which isn't correct. You have to connect to the backend where the mailbox is stored and give the xfer command there. But the

Re: strange pop protocol?

2009-04-30 Thread Wesley Craig
On 30 Apr 2009, at 03:08, Stefan Palme wrote: As far as I understood, a POP3 server must ALWAYS send a response (+OK or -ERR). But in my case the server does not response at all. Any hints why/how this can happen? I see this behaviour very often on the wire. Maybe it is worth mentioning that

Re: strange pop protocol?

2009-04-30 Thread Wesley Craig
On 30 Apr 2009, at 13:10, Stefan Palme wrote: No, the pop server does not hang. After this QUIT message the client disappears. The next connection from the same client (or from any other client) works normally - client can fetch at least one email. Have you enabled cyrus telemetry for this

Re: Graceful degradation in overload conditions

2009-04-04 Thread Wesley Craig
On 04 Apr 2009, at 09:19, Gary Mills wrote: What about imapd and pop3d daemons, which also consume resources? Are limits a good idea here too? Users will complain to the help desk when those limits are reached, of course. Can the msg/shutdown file be used to control imapd processes in a

Re: cyrus won't recognize new partition

2009-04-01 Thread Wesley Craig
On 31 Mar 2009, at 10:33, Jesse Ross wrote: Thanks for the suggestion. The only thing that the mkimap script does differently from the way I did it was to create a directory / var/spool/imap07/sync./. However, I still can't get cyrus to recognize the partition! The symptoms are the

Re: Weekly/Monthly record-keeping / maintenance?

2009-04-01 Thread Wesley Craig
On 31 Mar 2009, at 16:50, Jeff Blaine wrote: What I mean, is, for one example -- a user is currently reporting that 'FETCH' (via the imapdu command) is showing 142 messages totalling 640KB in a folder that is actually completely empty on disk (except for cyrus.* files). Fetch doesn't examine

Re: possible self-deadlock in idle signal handler

2009-03-29 Thread Wesley Craig
On 28 Mar 2009, at 23:27, bac...@email.unc.edu wrote: This looks like something much more than well, let me fiddle with it a bit and submit a patch. Has anyone with the requisite design perspective taken a hack at solving it? I'm assuming that running idled doesn't ameliorate the

Re: possible self-deadlock in idle signal handler

2009-03-28 Thread Wesley Craig
See here: https://bugzilla.andrew.cmu.edu/show_bug.cgi?id=3100 The solution is to rewrite the signal handler to do much less. :wes On 28 Mar 2009, at 09:37, Michael Bacon wrote: We're experiencing some problems, particularly with a small number of users, which manifest themselves in

Re: thoughts on running an IMAP-over-SSL server exposed to the Internet?

2009-03-27 Thread Wesley Craig
On 27 Mar 2009, at 14:06, Florin Andrei wrote: The thing worrying me at this time is some stupid buffer overflow in the IMAP server code. I have no idea what's the security history of this server, even though I've been using it for quite a while, because it was always in tightly

Re: Is user lock-out required for backend xfers?

2009-03-17 Thread Wesley Craig
On 17 Mar 2009, at 11:26, Matt Selsky wrote: Quoting Wesley Craig w...@umich.edu: I'm pretty sure this is because neither the frontends nor the clients are able to intelligently handle the kinds of transient errors that are returned. Frontend improvements might be possible. Client

Re: Is user lock-out required for backend xfers?

2009-03-13 Thread Wesley Craig
On 12 Mar 2009, at 13:03, Dave McMurtrie wrote: You should not need to do anything to prevent client access to a mailbox when it's being moved and there should never be any resulting corruption. Cyrus locks the mailbox while it's being moved. And any result different from the above should

Re: Calling all regressions

2009-03-10 Thread Wesley Craig
On 10 Mar 2009, at 08:51, Michael Menge wrote: Quoting Adam Tauno Williams a...@morrison-ind.com: Documentation is pretty miserable; best source for changes is either http://cyrusimap.web.cmu.edu/imapd/changes.html or to read the CVS commit maillist

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