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From: Magnus Bäck (magnusdsek.lth.se)
Date: Wed May 28 2008 - 15:58:30 CDT
On Wednesday, May 28, 2008 at 22:43 CEST,
> I'm running a Gentoo server that filters for our main server. I was
> using a much older version of the Postfix (2.2.10) and am currently in
> the process of updating a clone of that machine to swap in soon. When
> I emerged the newest copy of Postfix from the portage collection
> though (2.4.6), mailq is no longer a valid command. showq, which I've
> also seen referenced, also is not accessible.
> Simple question: is this a Gentoo problem (in which case I'll take
> this to a more appropriate mailing list), or were either of these
> commands removed between those two releases? (And if so, is there now
> a similar command available?).
They have not been removed. Isn't this just a $PATH problem? Perhaps
Gentoo has removed /usr/sbin (or wherever these files reside) from the
default path set in /etc/profile or similar?