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Re: fork: Cannot allocate memory and mail_addr_find problem
From: brian (postfixlistsubtropolix.org)
Date: Sat Sep 02 2006 - 00:32:43 CDT
Wietse Venema wrote:
> brian: [ Charset ISO-8859-1 unsupported, converting... ]
>> Wietse Venema wrote:
>>> Run fewer processes or get more memory. See:
>>> Try a small number like 20.
>>> # postconf -e default_process_limit=20 # postfix reload
>> Thanks Wietse. I /did/ mean to ask specifically about no. of
>> processes but got carried away grabbing stuff from maillog. Any
>> comments about the other odd behaviour? (*Is* it odd?)
> Stuff that shows up only in debug logging is NOT odd.
Perhaps i wasn't clear then. The "odd" behaviour i was referring to was
the bit where smtpd was looking up a *remote* address in
virtual_alias_maps when attempting to *send* an email. Debugging, or no,
the mails were dropped. I'm fully aware that it's more than a little bit
likely that i'm simply without clue here, but this seems to me to be
something more than cryptic debugging statements.
As i suggested earlier, maybe the killed processes had something to do
with it. But i still don't understand why virtual_alias_maps should be
involved when sending mail out.