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On 09/22/2010 01:22 AM, Wietse Venema wrote:
> Alexander 'Leo' Bergolth:
>> On 09/21/2010 10:57 PM, Wietse Venema wrote:
>>> Alexander 'Leo' Bergolth:
>>>> Since yesterday I am experiencing big problems when delivering mail to
>>>> an alias-list. (Yes, I have set up an owner-listname alias. :-))
>>> Do you have the RIGHT owner-listname alias.
>> This seems to be the problem.
>> I have set up two owner- aliases, none of both seems to work...
> As documented, the owner-alias feature exists ONLY
> IN main.cf:alias_maps NOT IN VIRTUAL ALIAS MAPS.
You are talking about virtual alias maps as configured with the
"virtual_alias_maps" config directive?
I don't use them. I am using alias_maps:
# postconf | grep ldap
alias_maps = hash:/etc/aliases, ldap:/etc/postfix/ldap-aliases.cf,
My owner- address is defined in hash:/etc/aliases and my list address in
Do both the list address and the owner- alias have to be in the same
>>> To avoid running out of file handles reduce the number of Postfix
>>> processes or increase your kernel tables.
>> I don't think that this should be a problem. default_process_limit is at
>> 100 and there is virtually no load on the server. Could this setting
>> really interfere with the local daemons behavior?
> If you run fewer local processes then **BIG SURPRISE** they
> will use fewer file handles.
The local(8) process is running into a *PER PROCESS* limit, not a user
or system limit. (The system limit is 1182752.)
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