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  1. #1

    cPanel spamd repeatedly failing

    On one of my servers I keep getting notifications that spamd has failed and that it will be restarted automagically.
    This is occuring about 20 times a day.
    The server load is good, and the RAM is good.
    I've tried force updating everything too.
    Where do I check to see what is causing the failures?
    cPanel 11.28.87 on CentOS 5.5

    thanks for any advice
    Chris Walker
    http://www.siterack.net
    Shared Hosting / Master Reseller / Reseller / HostReady cPanel VPS / DynaServer Adjustable VPS

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    Sometimes this can happen due to a SpamAssassin update that had gone wrong.

    Try,
    /scripts/fixspamassassinfailedupdate

    If you have root access to the server.
    Regards,
    Tom.

    Freelance System Administrator

  3. #3
    Yes I do, thanks for the info
    trying that now
    Chris Walker
    http://www.siterack.net
    Shared Hosting / Master Reseller / Reseller / HostReady cPanel VPS / DynaServer Adjustable VPS

  4. #4
    Thanks Thomas,
    This appears to have resolved the issue.
    Haven't had any more fails since running the fix.
    Chris Walker
    http://www.siterack.net
    Shared Hosting / Master Reseller / Reseller / HostReady cPanel VPS / DynaServer Adjustable VPS

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