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On Sat, Mar 05, 2011 at 06:24:57PM +0300, Denis Shulyaka wrote:
> If I pass change `fsspace(".", &fsbuf);' to `fsspace("/", &fsbuf);' it
> works, no oopses, and the messages are received without problems. I
> will make some stress tests later.
> So the remaining question is what "." in smtpd context mean? Is it the
> dir postfix has been started from?
Services spawned from master.cf run with cwd == $queue_directory