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From: CJ Keist (cj.keistcolostate.edu)
Date: Tue Aug 10 2010 - 14:53:20 CDT
Got it fixed! Simply solution. Just create a zfs file system for the
pqueues with a modest amount of reservation size. I did 20Gb.
On 8/10/10 11:34 AM, Brian Evans - Postfix List wrote:
> On 8/10/2010 12:29 PM, Wietse Venema wrote:
>> CJ Keist:
>>> I'm trying to install postfix-2.7.2-RC2 on Solaris 10 sparc system.
>>> Make and install goes through fine. postfix starts up with no errors.
>>> But getting the following errors in the log file:
>>> Aug 10 09:58:43 mail1 postfix/smtpd: [ID 947731 mail.crit] fatal:
>>> statvfs .: Value too large for defined data type
>>> this error corresponds when a message is trying to be delivered. The
>>> sending mail server is getting a stat=deferred.
>>> I've tried googling this error but not finding any solutions. One
>>> the postfix install is on a ZFS file system. Any idea why I'm getting
>>> this error?
>> I speculate that the statvfs API can't handle the very large result
>> values that ZFS supports; perhaps Solaris has grown a new API that
>> Postfix currently isn't aware of?
> A quick Google shows related issues in lots of software, example
> and documented here:
> Workaround: set quota or place queue on <2TB fs
> Fix: use statvfs64
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