On Mon, 2004-09-13 at 10:54, John Allen wrote:
> On Monday 13 September 2004 09:50, conor at conorwynne.com wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > 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
> > ioctl for
> > device"
>> The spamassassin database(s) are in an older format. You probably only have
> db2 installed, you need to install db1 (1.85 I think)
I am -temporarily- back with fedora2 on the old box (due to more
building going on) -
The proliant is currently at the top of the stairs :)
Anyway, I have just checked the original version :
db4-4.1.25-14, so I shall need to check WBL when she is back online.
I'll let ya know if it works or not. If worst comes to worst, I'll nuke
the old .spamassassin folders and build em up again.
> John Allen, Mail: john.allen at orbiscom.com
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