If you're not committed to debian, I hope you consider using
qmail-toaster (http://wiki.qmailtoaster.com). It's based on qmail-rocks
as well, and many people have migrated to it from a variety of qmail
implementations. It is a full fledged server which is easy to build and
maintain, and has strong community support. There is also a
qmailtoaster-plus package available (http://qtp.qmailtoaster.com), which
contains a slew of administrative scripts which will make your life as a
qmail admin much easier, including qtp-backup and qtp-restore scripts
which can be used for migrations.
Disclaimer: I am the project leader, so I'm a bit biased. ;)
On 06/23/2012 01:19 PM, Stéphane Dupont wrote:
I've got a problem with a vpopmail / qmail / spamassassin / clamav installation.
To do some testing before going "live", I tried to send an email via
telnet, and I've got this:
telnet XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX 25
Connected to XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX.
Escape character is '^]'.
220 mail.xxx.xxx ESMTP
mail from: x...@gmail.com
rcpt to: x...@xxx.com
354 go ahead
451 qq crashed (#4.3.0)
At the time I enter the "data" command, I've got this in the syslog file:
Jun 23 21:56:25 mail kernel: [ 910.578019] perl5.10.1: segfault
at 20 ip 00007f4adf64d138 sp 00007fff09275940 error 4 in
Also, this happens only if I do this from outside the server. If I'm
doing the same thing from the server (telnet localhost), the problem
I just built this new system to migrate from an old one. The
installation is based on qmailrocks.
Debian Squeeze 64bits
Thanks a lot,
(PS : sorry for the previous message, I forgot to put a subject)