So what's the best fix for this? Should one just freeze SA at an
earlier version on a production server until this is fixed upstream? Is
upstream aware of the problem and working on a fix for it?

On Thu, 2007-06-28 at 13:51 -0500, John Thompson wrote:
> Eray Aslan wrote:
> > On 28.06.2007 08:14, Lindsay Haisley wrote:
> >> On Wed, 2007-06-27 at 22:24 -0500, Lindsay Haisley wrote:
> >>> I just upgraded from SA 3.1.8-gr1 to SA 3.2.1-gr1 (Gentoo) and notice
> >>> that I'm no longer getting any BAYES_NN test notices in my X-Spam-Status
> >>> summary in my mail headers, or in the content analysis details in
> >>> intercepted spam.

>
> >> Well I backed out to SA version 3.1.8 and I'm getting activity from my
> >> Bayes filters again. Maybe someone can give me some pointers on how to
> >> debug this problem so I can get back up to v3.2.1.

>
> > Probably a gentoo bug. I've run into the same problem. Downgrading
> > mysql from 5.0.42 to 5.0.40 solved the problem for me. In other words,
> > SA 3.2.1 and mysql 5.0.42 resulted in no BAYES scores. SA 3.2.1 and
> > mysql 5.0.40 works as expected.

>
> I'm not sure this is limited to gentoo. I'm missing BAYES_?? checks
> since updating to 3.2.1 from the FreeBSD ports collection.
>

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