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From: Marc Cuypers (m.cuypersmgvd.be)
Date: Mon Nov 05 2007 - 08:37:52 CST
Wietse Venema schreef:
> Marc Cuypers:
>> Hi Wietse,
>> Wietse Venema schreef:
>>> Marc Cuypers:
>>>>> # chattr -R -S /var/spool/postfix/
>>>> This worked.
>>> Question: are there any chattr commands in /etc/postfix/postfix-script
>>> (or whatever the directory is with main.cf and master.cf)? Those
>>> were removed with Postfix 1.1.
>> I checked the whole tree /etc, and nowhere is chattr used.
>> Is this problem described somewhere? I missed it.
> Postfix < 1.1 created queue directories with "chattr -R +s".
> Postfix used this to work around ext2fs "features" (after system
> crash, queue files could end up in the lost+found directory; rename
> could unlink the file from the old directory before linking it into
> the new directory, and other fun stuff). These workarounds are not
> needed with ext3fs metadata journaling.
Strange, i don't know where the +s came from on /var/spool/postfix, but
it now works.