First off, sorry for the testmail, but I really thought that I was not
receiving list emails. :)
Anyway, all is working again, spamassass-milter, clamav-milter etc etc.
I moved to an enterprise linux since I decided to heed the lists advice
and put my swap space on a RAID1 instead of a RAID0.
I went for whiteboxlinux (based on es3 update1) and so far I am very happy
with it. Fedora2 was annoying me with cyrus-imap issues (all the how-to's
on the net are well out of date) and I was running out of time, so rather
than simply add the normal imap package, I nuked and restarted with WBL.
I have a spamassassin issue, I transferred the home directories and
re-setup the cronjobs for various tasks. Now I got this this morning:
"Cannot open bayes_path /home/conor/.spamassassin/bayes R/O: Inappropriate
I made sure that I chown'ed the home directories to the correct users and
thought it would be fine, but spamassassin is bitching.
Any ideas? I only noticed this thismorning so have not troubleshooted it
yet. Did a quick google, but not sure I understand the issue.
Any ideas lads?
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