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Currently I am working in a live production environment with 100+ Solaris servers . The environment has one DNS server and one SMTP server.
The problem that I am facing since the past 2 months is that the /var/spool/mqueue on my DNS server keeps getting full i.e. mails with name... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Junaid Subhani
My box is running with AIX 6100-06 and Im the root user of this box
My /var gets filled up often to 100%
When I investigate I find that it is the below file which increases rapidly
I dont know why this file is growing up.
Can any one assist me on this.... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: samsungsamsung
solaris : 9
can we delete the files from this location /var/spool/clientmqueue . I found around 40K files lying in this location.
Regards (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: maooah
Hi, We have some 2-3 Solaris 9 servers with the following issue.
For every cron job which has email notifications, it is sending the emails, but it create files at /var/spool/clientmqueue/ which has similar contents.
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I have a bunch of cron jobs in the crontab. For some reason mail from the cron jobs started going to /var/spool/mqueue instead of being sent.
Does anyone know why mail from cron jobs would go to the queue instead of being sent? (9 Replies)
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How can i get my mail on either /var/spool/mail or /var/mail?
I use mail and sendmail command to send mail. But everytime I send mail it comes to my outlook inbox and when I check with mail command I get the message "No mail for siba". (Note siba is my user Id.) (2 Replies)
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First Question: In our company our users have their mailboxes in /var/spool/mail
When I look at the users file it seems as if every email sent/received is in that user file! Is this because IMAP is being used or is that just how sendmail works?
Second Question: How is that when I create... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: mojoman
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We have all the user account in a home direcory where their mail is stored and retrieved by email clients. We do however have /var/spool/mail with all the user accounts in it as well Our sendmail.cf is configured to use /var/spool/mqueue as the queue so .what is /var/spool/mail being used... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: mojoman
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I'm in Solaris 2.8 env. When i'm trying to add a ftp user account ,
encountered "no space in disk" .. couldn't create any user. Then check the fs disk space with "df - k " and /var/adm/syslog .. got the below message.
Jun 9 03:10:53 mail sendmail: NOQUEUE: low on space
(have 0,... (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: Dolly
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I keep having this msg on my SunOS console :
Jun 29 08:57:40 bersimis sendmail: NOQUEUE: low on space (have 0, SMTP-DAEMON needs 101 in /var/spool/mqueue)
I tried to make some space by deleting the files in it, but the msg came back ...
Any tips ?
Thanks (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Wingman21